Grea Dryue AA-A h64 (Aura) [#538803391]
This system is located at:
R: 13,559.342 / l: 64.457 / b: -2.516
Right ascension: 20h 3m 34.494s / Declination: 26° 24'57.099''
Metal-rich body (856 to 153,102 ls), Earth-like world (2,410,137 to 3,614,761 ls), Water world (1,976,308 to 7,653,889 ls), Ammonia world (5,000,538 to 13,606,913 ls), Terraformable (1,877,199 to 3,745,602 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Andrew Gaspurr on Oct 9, 2018, 6:14:21 PM.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Aura
104 ships passed through Grea Dryue AA-A h64 space, including 1 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through Grea Dryue AA-A h64 space in the last 24 hours.
Aura is a trinary system, consisting of an A-type hypergiant of 370 solar radii and two O-type stars. The system is also extremely young, just less than a million years old. This bears the question how a hypergiant of this magnitude could form in that short span of time. One theory is that Aura was already a massive star at its birth, that due to its mass has accreted the surrounding gas, whereas the two O-type companions were themselves massive enough to withstand Aura's massive gravitational pull. The theory is incomplete, however, and not without inconsistencies. Whatever the case, Aura easily outshines the neighborhood and is visible for at least a thousand light years, posing as a beacon for pilots exploring the Cygnus constellation.