Seagull Sector DL-Y d3 (Hell Port) [#114110203995]

Black Rock Military is an independent faction based in the Seagull Nebula. The organisation provides military and exploratory services and operates out of Hell's Port. It is also rumoured that Black Rock has ties to the Children of Raxxla, often providing them with support for deep space black-ops missions.

System information












Controlling faction:

Black Rock Military


This system is located at: 2608.15625 / -181.96875 / -2692.28125

Galactic coordinates: R: 3,752.862 / l: 224.091 / b: -2.779
Equatorial coordinates: Right ascension: 7h 1m 57.132s / Declination: -11° 11'41.322''

Habitable zone:
Metal-rich body (2 to 24 ls), Earth-like world (374 to 561 ls), Water world (307 to 1,189 ls), Ammonia world (777 to 2,114 ls), Terraformable (292 to 582 ls)

Estimated value: 20,245 cr

Traffic report

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

It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Hell Port

1846 ships passed through Seagull Sector DL-Y d3 space, including 2 ships in the last 7 days.

0 ship passed through Seagull Sector DL-Y d3 space in the last 24 hours.

Minor factions
Black Rock Military (None) 99.000 %
Black Flag Gang (None) 1.000 %

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Astrophotography by Marx

Hell Port is an asteroid base, with the name probably inspired not just by the nearby nebula, but also the lava world below, which is being torn apart by tidal forces. The station is wholly controlled by an anarchist faction called the Black Flag Gang, and there are none who oppose them. Yet these pirates managed to construct and operate a fully-equipped asteroid base that even has a shipyard, making Hell Port the most distant shipyard from the galactic core. Pilots who would be consider purchasing a ship here are advised not to ask where the ship came from.

As the station is roughly 10k ls away from the arrival star, and there is no law enforcement in the system, Commanders who wish to dock at Hell Port should be prepared for pirates attempting to interdict them on approach to the planet.

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