Mammon (Mammon Monitoring Facility / Mammon (IC 1287 Nebula)) [#5597299940]

System information

Allegiance:

Independent

Government:

Dictatorship

Economy:

Military

Security:

Medium

 

Population:

10,000

Controlling faction:

Mammon Task Group
(Investment)

Coordinates

This system is located at: -358.375 / -8.75 / 933.53125

Galactic coordinates: R: 999.995 / l: 21.001 / b: -0.501
Equatorial coordinates: Right ascension: 18h 31m 14.044s / Declination: -10° 50'2.816''


Reserve level: Pristine

Habitable zone:
Metal-rich body (7 to 708 ls), Earth-like world (11,143 to 16,713 ls), Water world (9,137 to 35,387 ls), Ammonia world (23,120 to 62,911 ls), Terraformable (8,679 to 17,318 ls)

Estimated value: 23,781 cr

Traffic report

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

It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Mammon Monitoring Facility / Mammon (IC 1287 Nebula)

3418 ships passed through Mammon space, including 15 ships in the last 7 days.

3 ships passed through Mammon space in the last 24 hours.

Breakdown:
Asp Explorer - 1
Krait Phantom - 1
Python - 1

Minor factions
Mammon Task Group (Investment) 84.600 %
Seekers of Mammon (Civil unrest) 15.400 %

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Astrophotography Heavy Johnson

Mammon Monitoring Facility is located inside the IC 1287 Nebula, at host star Mammon. The base is located in the rings of Mammon 2, which is a high-metal content world suitable for landing with current starship technology. Landing is not recommended for inexperienced pilots as the body has a surface gravity of 3.33G. The facility is run by the Mammon Task Group, an independent military group run by a dictatorship. It is unclear what the Task Group is monitoring from this location. The total population of station and surrounding areas is 10,000. The base provides all services except for ship outfitting and a shipyard.

Reference: Link


Small planetary nebula surrounding a B-class primary star. The system also contains a protostar and two ringed airless worlds.

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Astrophotography courtesy of ibanix.