V1357 Cygni [#17695054]
This system is located at:
R: 7,500.004 / l: 71.335 / b: 3.067
Right ascension: 19h 58m 21.699s / Declination: 35° 12'5.931''
Metal-rich body (15 to 8,818 ls), Earth-like world (138,808 to 208,187 ls), Water world (113,823 to 440,815 ls), Ammonia world (287,999 to 783,671 ls), Terraformable (108,115 to 215,723 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Annwn on Nov 29, 2014, 12:13:55 AM.
346 ships passed through V1357 Cygni space, including 1 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through V1357 Cygni space in the last 24 hours.
V1357 Cygni, also known as Cygnus (or Cygni) X-1, is a binary system of a black hole and a blue giant. It was discovered in 1964 during pre-interstellar spaceflight due to the very high levels of x-rays produced by mass from the blue giant falling into the black hole. This was the first such source of powerful x-rays which was widely accepted to be a black hole, and the source of a famous wager between noted 20th century scientists Kip Thorne and Stephen Hawking.
A single high-metal planet can also be found orbiting the two bodies, likely captured (source).