This system is located at:
R: 7,194.972 / l: 16.926 / b: -3.765
Right ascension: 18h 35m 26.944s / Declination: -15° 57'2.303''
Metal-rich body (2 to 25 ls), Earth-like world (392 to 588 ls), Water world (321 to 1,245 ls), Ammonia world (813 to 2,213 ls), Terraformable (305 to 609 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Maolagin.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Al-Qūhī Oasis
44 ships passed through Nyeajeau XF-T c5-9 space, including 25 ships in the last 7 days.
4 ships passed through Nyeajeau XF-T c5-9 space in the last 24 hours.
Anaconda - 1
Asp Explorer - 2
Diamondback Explorer - 1
Not only does this system feature a rare triplet of earth like worlds, but the three planets orbit close enough to be mutually tidally locked, and all three skirt the lower limits of mass and temperature for Earth-like habitability. Inhabitants of the inner binary would see a blue-green marble appearing larger than Earth's moon hanging motionless in the sky. Meanwhile those living on the world that orbits those two would see two brilliant little blue beads juggling together in a never ending dance, their common center likewise fixed in the sky. There would be plenty of time for stargazing too, since thanks to the tidal lock, all three planets have days and nights that last for weeks. For those interested in exploration a 4th water world is also found here. Named "Al-Qūhī Oasis" after Abū Sahl al-Qūhī, a great mathematician and astronomer of 10th century Baghdad, who is said to have first developed an interest in parabolic arcs while juggling in the market.