This system is located at:
R: 3,585.998 / l: 245.235 / b: -4.505
Right ascension: 7h 37m 51.085s / Declination: -30° 39'40.686''
Metal-rich body (0 to 1,908,780 ls), Earth-like world (30,048,121 to 45,066,642 ls), Water world (24,639,402 to 95,424,023 ls), Ammonia world (62,343,661 to 169,642,707 ls), Terraformable (23,403,769 to 46,697,883 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Mike Juliett Kilo.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Marta's Pulsars
117 ships passed through PSR J0737-3039A space, including 1 ship in the last 7 days.
1 ship passed through PSR J0737-3039A space in the last 24 hours.
Orca - 1
The first binary pulsar system to be discovered by humanity (but not the first binary neutron star system), it provided an unprecedented test of the Theory of General Relativity. Further investigations revealed PSR J0737-3039A contained another neutron star and a black hole in the system as well. PSR J0737-3039B contains several gas giants but nothing else of note, and is easily missed by explorers due to the galactic map covering it up with the A component.
The pulsar pair was discovered by Italian astronomer Marta Burgay in 2003 using the Parkes Observatory's main radio telescope in Australia.