Nyeakue AA-A h31 (Sheol) [#263355591]
This system is located at:
R: 16,251.061 / l: 294.620 / b: -0.943
Right ascension: 11h 38m 8.969s / Declination: -62° 37'32.849''
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Don Redhorse.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Sheol
217 ships passed through Nyeakue AA-A h31 space, including 0 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through Nyeakue AA-A h31 space in the last 24 hours.
This system is full of death - stellar death, to be exact. A septuple system of 4 neutron stars and 3 black holes, with a 17 solar mass BH primary (A, with planets) orbited by a binary BH/NS (BC), a trinary (NS/BH)+NS (DE+F), and another NS (G), with a landable planet orbiting the binary+trinary (too far for a decent view though). The companion sextuple set is about 370,000ls from the primary BH though so be prepared for a long trip!
The BC binary BH/NS (4 MS/1.8MS) orbit eachother very closely, with only a 0.4 day orbital period which makes for interesting views - interestingly the BH actually does block the view of the NS behind it if they are aligned. The other DE NS/BH pair are more widely separated with an orbital period of 3.4 days, though the NS jets can be seen from the first binary about 1678 ls away! F orbits the DE pair at a distance of around 240 ls, and G orbits them all another 56,000 ls away.