This system is located at:
R: 7,410.476 / l: 135.961 / b: 0.763
Right ascension: 2h 41m 35.170s / Declination: 60° 49'1.424''
Metal-rich body (3 to 45 ls), Earth-like world (712 to 1,068 ls), Water world (584 to 2,261 ls), Ammonia world (1,477 to 4,019 ls), Terraformable (554 to 1,106 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by DancingLemur on Apr 9, 2016, 10:43:55 AM.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Heart & Soul Nebulae
179 ships passed through Hypoae Ain MO-I d9-37 space, including 0 ship in the last 7 days.
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Two prominent nebula in the Cassiopeia constellation, approx. 7,800 LYs from Sol and situated on the far fringe of the Perseus arm and right on the very near edge of the Formidine Rift. Approaching from the opposite side, these two nebulae act as a beacon of light and colour to intrepid explorers returning from across the Rift.
They are very well surveyed and the Soul Nebula contains a radio source named W5, although its exact location remains unclear as of 3303. The Soul Nebula is also named IC 1848 and the Heart Nebula is named IC 1805 (which may be confusing due to the IC 1805 Cluster). All objects are thought to be part of a giant molecular cloud within what is called the Cassiopeia Superbubble.