This system is located at:
R: 6,400.000 / l: 9.400 / b: -5.100
Right ascension: 18h 25m 53.470s / Declination: -23° 13'57.177''
Metal-rich body (17 to 187,200 ls), Earth-like world (2,946,907 to 4,419,818 ls), Water world (2,416,458 to 9,358,513 ls), Ammonia world (6,114,225 to 16,637,357 ls), Terraformable (2,295,276 to 4,579,798 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Mistress Lilith on Aug 13, 2015, 7:41:18 AM.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: NGC 6629
1868 ships passed through CD-23 14350 space, including 5 ships in the last 7 days.
1 ship passed through CD-23 14350 space in the last 24 hours.
Asp Explorer - 1
This nebula located in the Sagittarius constellation was discovered by German-born British astronomer William Herschel in August 1784 at the beginning of his second 'deep sky' survey. The nebula's white core is a Wolf-Rayet star that is surround by a halo of blue and purple nebular gas. A solitary Class III gas giant orbits the star at a distance of over 11,000 light seconds.
At a distant of just 64 LYs away is the star system NGC 6629 SECTOR SU-O B6-3
This neighboring system contains a Stellar Phenomena, within which can been found Solid Mineral Spheres, making it a location of scientific interest and worth a visit for those passing through the NGC 6629 Sector.