38 waypoints in Scenic route from Sol to Sag A* route.
#4 - Shapley 1 (Shapley 1 (The Fine Ring Nebula))
Embedded within the Fine Ring Nebula, Shapley 1 is probably the closest, and definitely one of the more beautiful Wolf-Rayet systems so far discovered.
#19 - Ellairb UL-N c7-33 (Daughter's Reach)
This particular system acts as an interesting waypoint between NGC 6357 and the near edge of the Norma Expanse. The Daughter's Reach system has a non-terraformable Water World with ammonia type atmosphere, and the very planet itself has a Water World Moon that is terraformable, thus the name.
#21 - Eodgorsts GO-F d12-37 (The Norma Southern Gate)
this one (a white dwarf) marks one of the closest Outer White Dwarf / Neutron Ring points to Sol, 11,500 LYs away
#22 - Bleae Aescs ZE-A g4 (Dragon's Head Nebula)
Situated right on the near edge of the Norma Expanse, this procedural nebula offers the traveler a nice colorful backdrop in contrast to the vast ocean of stars that lie coreward, beyond the Expanse
#23 - Froarks PJ-X b19-6
Was FROARKS AA-A H22, but can't find that star
#24 - Froarks GM-D d12-355 (Gleeson's Gem)
Although not visually stunning, Gleeson's Gem contains a staggering 113 stellar bodies!
This expansive dense cluster of mainly young stars and covering several hundred LYs is embedded within and around the Greae Phio Nebula, and personally speaking, it is by far the most stunning visual feature I've so far encountered throughout the galaxy. Millions of stars light up the sky, and the blueish haze of the nebula make it a place you'll never forget once you've seen it from within. A true gem on the road to the core.
#33 - Shrogaei DL-P e5-3604
This nebula, situated on the southern edge of the galactic core, can be considered another waypoint and acts as the boundary point of the outer core regions.
#34 - Great Annihilator (Great Annihilator Black Hole)
Its a black hole, but despite its name, its harmless!
#35 - Zunuae HL-Y e6903 (Zunuae Nebula)
Nicknamed the "Inky Nebula", Zunuae is a small purple nebula situated on the near edge of the galactic bar. This is the last major nebula south of Sag-A*.
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