HIP 69445 (The Blue Death) [#84724912938]


This system is located at: 502.59375 / -50.03125 / 446.09375

Galactic coordinates: R: 673.872 / l: 311.592 / b: -4.258
Equatorial coordinates: Right ascension: 14h 16m 58.344s / Declination: -65° 40'52.213''

Reserve level: Pristine

Habitable zone:
Metal-rich body (19 to 270,436 ls), Earth-like world (4,257,217 to 6,385,041 ls), Water world (3,490,910 to 13,519,673 ls), Ammonia world (8,832,848 to 24,034,974 ls), Terraformable (3,315,845 to 6,616,155 ls)

Estimated value: 704,350 cr

Traffic report

This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Snake Man.

It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: The Blue Death

127 ships passed through HIP 69445 space, including 0 ship in the last 7 days.

0 ship passed through HIP 69445 space in the last 24 hours.

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Wolf-Rayet stars are rare hyper-luminous stars nearing the end of their lives. They are among the least friendly places for life to spring up due to massive doses of ultraviolet radiation anything nearby will receive. Yet somehow an earth-like world can be found orbiting Wolf-Rayet HIP 69445. The presence of life on this world seems to defy expectations. No other earth-like worlds have ever been found near Wolf-Rayet stars. Perhaps the presence of a massive ozone layer is responsible? We note that oxygen forms almost 40% of this planet's atmosphere.

Visitors to this oddity are also recommended to the binary pair of small worlds just 35 light-seconds from the Wolf-Rayet. Intense blue and violet colors shade the landscape, with the the blue orb of death hovering above. Visitors have named this location 'The Blue Death', speaking both to the power of the Wolf-Rayet and also to the first pilot to chart the system, Commander 'The Red Death'.

This system can be found just past the dark Coalsack nebula, 700 light years from Sol.

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