Blua Hypa HT-F d12-1226 (Blua Hypa Glowing Green Giant) [#42134056963691]


This system is located at: -7010.28125 / -184.625 / 12817.625

Galactic coordinates: R: 14,610.600 / l: 28.675 / b: -0.724
Equatorial coordinates: Right ascension: 18h 46m 14.735s / Declination: -4° 7'5.470''

Reserve level: Pristine

Habitable zone:
Metal-rich body (3 to 69 ls), Earth-like world (1,083 to 1,624 ls), Water world (888 to 3,440 ls), Ammonia world (2,247 to 6,115 ls), Terraformable (844 to 1,683 ls)

Estimated value: 367,787 cr

Traffic report

This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by 3.14285 on May 1, 2016, 5:36:22 PM.

It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Blua Hypa Glowing Green Giant

253 ships passed through Blua Hypa HT-F d12-1226 space, including 57 ships in the last 7 days.

16 ships passed through Blua Hypa HT-F d12-1226 space in the last 24 hours.

Anaconda - 2
Asp Explorer - 2
Beluga Liner - 1
Dolphin - 2
Fer-de-Lance - 1
Krait MkII - 3
Krait Phantom - 3
Python - 1
Type-7 Transporter - 1

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There is a special subvariety of life-bearing gas giant that is particularly rare, and interesting: they glow green. Bright green. Radioactive, fluorescent green, bright enough to be seen from space. They are the Glowing Green Giants (GGGs).

One can speculate about the cause. As this fluorescent green colouration only ever occurs on life-bearing worlds, the presence of life must be a causal factor. But since the vast majority of life-bearing worlds are not fluorescent green in colour, it is not merely the presence of microscopic airborne lifeforms that is the causal factor. Unfortunately, the numbers of such worlds that have been fully documented is still staggeringly low: only five of then have been reported on publicly-available sources to date. Further examples will be required for any statistically significant study as to the collective origins of this peculiar phenomenon.

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