This system is located at:
R: 10,889.290 / l: 313.562 / b: 0.709
Right ascension: 14h 18m 59.042s / Declination: -60° 20'34.827''
Metal-rich body (1 to 4 ls), Earth-like world (69 to 103 ls), Water world (56 to 219 ls), Ammonia world (143 to 389 ls), Terraformable (54 to 107 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by EfilOne.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Hawking's Gap Abandoned Settlements - Gamma Site
639 ships passed through Plaa Aec TT-B b41-3 space, including 3 ships in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through Plaa Aec TT-B b41-3 space in the last 24 hours.
"Beautifull part of the galaxy this..." a dialog entry reads as I scan the first comms panel right behind the settlement's gate. Indeed, one cannot look away from the pink gaze of the dwarf star, enveloping the mountain's descent into the first few beflated housing. And if one could, there was the omni-present blue night sky, full of stars brushed by an orange stroke of genius space design. I feel at peace here, forgetting any worries one might have, replaced by a dream: the welcome fate of us explorers.... (source)
In late 3302, Alessia Verdi, a commander associated with the enigmatic CMDR Salomé, set up an exploration community goal on behalf of the Children of Raxxla. The goal was to retrieve and analyze as much survey data as possible from three specific regions. Those regions being the Formidine Rift, The Scutum-Sagittarii Conflux, and Hawking's Gap (Lin-Shu Hollow).
On analysis of the data, CoR Intel discovered the location of several navigational beacons in each region, that in turn provided the planetary location of several settlements.
These settlements turned out to be staging posts for a mysterious 'Dynasty Expedition' that had traversed the location three decades earlier and had set up bases there.