This system is located at:
R: 16,436.440 / l: 41.821 / b: -0.488
Right ascension: 19h 9m 30.340s / Declination: 7° 40'47.167''
Metal-rich body (0 to 57 ls), Earth-like world (901 to 1,351 ls), Water world (739 to 2,862 ls), Ammonia world (1,870 to 5,087 ls), Terraformable (702 to 1,400 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Terra'Navis.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Plait's Supernova Remnant
65 ships passed through Clookao BB-W e2-20 space, including 1 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through Clookao BB-W e2-20 space in the last 24 hours.
PSNR is an hourglass shaped supernova remnant, or planetary nebula respectively, glowing intensely in blue and bright green hues. The glow comes from the hard radiation output of the remnant's central neutron star. The neutron star has an astonishing 2.3 solar masses and is orbited by a number of landable planets. The closest one is nearly 1,500 ls away, though, not enough for scenic tours on its surface. The planetary nebula is named after 21th century astronomer Phil Plait, who contributed heavily to opening up astronomy as a popular science for millions of fans and amateur astronomers. It is unclear, why he was named the 'Bad Astronomer', the reason presumably having been lost over the centuries. But as he would have put it: "The name stuck."