This system is located at:
R: 5,385.016 / l: 206.523 / b: -1.959
Right ascension: 6h 32m 43.105s / Declination: 4° 48'4.590''
Metal-rich body (11 to 4,031 ls), Earth-like world (63,452 to 95,167 ls), Water world (52,031 to 201,505 ls), Ammonia world (131,650 to 358,232 ls), Terraformable (49,421 to 98,611 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Virosh Lich.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: NGC 2244
226 ships passed through NGC 2244 CDZ 157 space, including 1 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through NGC 2244 CDZ 157 space in the last 24 hours.
NGC 2244 (inc. The Rosette Micro Field & Open Cluster)
A 75LY diameter open cluster of ABO stars. It touches the Rosette Nebula rimwise. Many of these systems have Neutron Stars within them, the vast majority of which are at approx. 100,000 LS apart, making scientific research in the region a tedious venture. In very close proximity to the 'southeast' of the cluster can be found a field of K-class stars (The Orange Giant Fields); They do not form any part of the cluster, but within a 1000 LY radius their density is relatively high. Average distance between giants is approx. 100 LYs, but sometimes they form micro clusters of 3-4 elements just 30 LYs apart.