HIP 36601 (Rare Earth Riches) [#84456968626]


This system is located at: 337.8125 / 562.96875 / -1457.84375

Galactic coordinates: R: 1,598.862 / l: 193.046 / b: 20.616
Equatorial coordinates: Right ascension: 7h 34m 42.874s / Declination: 26° 21'8.681''

Reserve level: Pristine

Habitable zone:
Metal-rich body (2 to 14 ls), Earth-like world (222 to 333 ls), Water world (182 to 706 ls), Ammonia world (461 to 1,255 ls), Terraformable (173 to 345 ls)

Estimated value: 169,180 cr

In this system you can find all the materials for FSD Injections. This is a GREEN system.
Traffic report

This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Draco Mercator.

It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Rare Earth Riches

16591 ships passed through HIP 36601 space, including 34 ships in the last 7 days.

4 ships passed through HIP 36601 space in the last 24 hours.

Asp Explorer - 1
Diamondback Explorer - 2
Krait Phantom - 1

Independent pilots often find themselves in need of rare earth metals; they are useful in field repairs, synthesis of FSD jump-range boosters, and for engineering module upgrades. The recent discovery of a trio of systems rich in rare earth metals is sure to draw attention.

In each system, one or more planets are found with numerous locations of the strange metallic life known as 'crystalline shards'. These shards produce copious amounts of a particular rare earth material, and pilots can completely fill their supplies in a single visit. Visiting pilots should take a small ship due to the rugged terrain. Gravity is low on these words.

The three systems form a triangle roughly 1500 light-years from the inhabited worlds ("The Bubble"). Planet names and types of minerals are as follows:

  • Outotz HD-J d9-3 - B 8 d - Antinomy
  • Outotz LS-K d8-3 - B 5 a - Yttrium
  • HIP 36601 - C 1 a - Polonium
  • HIP 36601 - C 1 d - Ruthenium
  • HIP 36601 - C 3 b - Tellurium
  • HIP 36601 - C 5 a - Technetium

Information provided by: Cmdr Exigeous


Link: Video 'High Grade 4 Mineral Gathering'

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