BrsO 14 (R CrA Nebula (NGC 6729)) [#6606549605]
This system is located at:
R: 419.986 / l: 0.000 / b: -17.803
Right ascension: 19h 1m 46.747s / Declination: -36° 52'31.975''
Metal-rich body (11 to 3,865 ls), Earth-like world (60,846 to 91,258 ls), Water world (49,894 to 193,229 ls), Ammonia world (126,243 to 343,519 ls), Terraformable (47,392 to 94,561 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Ishwin.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: R CrA Nebula (NGC 6729)
751 ships passed through BrsO 14 space, including 0 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through BrsO 14 space in the last 24 hours.
The R CrA Nebula (NGC 6729) is a small emission/reflection nebula in the Corona Australis constellation. It is unusually small for a nebula, not much larger than a planetary nebula. The nebula was originally discovered on Jun 15, 1861 by Julius Schmidt, and associated with the star R Coronae Australis. The nebula is red-orange. The only interior object is the double-star BrsO 14, of which the primary is unusually large and hot for a B-class star (source).
Submitter note: In the real world, this nebula is not associated with the star BrsO 14 (which actually associated with nebula IC 4812).