Myriesly CL-P e5-7383 (Storms of Fenrisulfur) [#31711037491636]


This system is located at: -633.375 / 114.65625 / 25560.84375

Galactic coordinates: R: 25,568.947 / l: 1.419 / b: 0.257
Equatorial coordinates: Right ascension: 17h 47m 58.066s / Declination: -27° 35'22.118''

Reserve level: Pristine

Habitable zone:
Metal-rich body (0 to 610 ls), Earth-like world (9,599 to 14,397 ls), Water world (7,871 to 30,484 ls), Ammonia world (19,916 to 54,195 ls), Terraformable (7,477 to 14,918 ls)

Estimated value: 44,603 cr

Traffic report

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

It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Storms of Fenrisulfur

854 ships passed through Myriesly CL-P e5-7383 space, including 3 ships in the last 7 days.

0 ship passed through Myriesly CL-P e5-7383 space in the last 24 hours.

Named the "Fenrisulfur" nebula this is part of a group of close proximity stellar remnants ejecta nebula within the Myriesly sector.

The system contains a Notable Stellar Phenomena - 'Storms of Fenrisulfur' - a cloud of intense electrical activity with crystalline structures embedded within. As such this location was selected for study by the DSSV Distant Worlds, the science ship commissioned by Deep Space Surveys corporation, and based out of the Explorer's Anchorage. Subsequently this location is part of the megaships "Journey of Scientific Study" itinerary. The megaship travels to, and studies, a collection of scientific points of interest around the galactic core.

The nebula itself is best viewed from the neighboring star system Myriesly HN-I C23-3141.

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Astrophotography by Erimus Kamzel

Image taken from Myriesly HN-I C23-3141, Planet 1, GeoSite 11.


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