This system is located at:
R: 21,074.552 / l: 4.155 / b: 3.647
Right ascension: 17h 41m 27.888s / Declination: -23° 29'19.517''
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by RedWizzard.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: The Dryau Awesomes
2969 ships passed through Dryau Ausms KG-Y e3390 space, including 1 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through Dryau Ausms KG-Y e3390 space in the last 24 hours.
Absolute madness of a system from a topology standpoint. The black hole drop star is in a tight binary with a white dwarf (less than 3 ls), which itself has a gas giant orbiting fully inside its exclusion zone and passing through the cones with a period of 14 minutes. Conjointly, a high-metal content world is located just 7ls from the drop-out point, torched by the white dwarf, providing incredible sunrise and set vistas.
Moreover, less than 15ls away from the singularity lies a extremely close-binary of a huge water world and a ringed gas giant, the latter of which has 2 volcanic moons skimming the very edge of the rings on slightly inclined orbits, although these rings appear invisible due to an error in Beyond 4.
The views offered from the surface of the landable moons is unlike anything seen elsewhere in the galaxy, and all objects in the inner system have extremely short orbital periods creating a dynamically changing view in the sky. Absolute must visit for anyone in the area.
Warning to those attempting to land on AB 2 a & b, the near collision of the moons creates conflicting gravity wells, killing hundreds on DW2; in fact, their sheer proximity results in moon B actually having a smaller orbit than the A moon~!