This system is located at:
R: 1,606.979 / l: 356.469 / b: -0.686
Right ascension: 17h 39m 41.469s / Declination: -32° 17'59.012''
Metal-rich body (13 to 5,322 ls), Earth-like world (83,777 to 125,650 ls), Water world (68,697 to 266,051 ls), Ammonia world (173,820 to 472,980 ls), Terraformable (65,252 to 130,198 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Jack O'Niel.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Stellar Bowtie
459 ships passed through V970 Scorpii space, including 7 ships in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through V970 Scorpii space in the last 24 hours.
Galmap Ref: V970 Scorpii and HD 160167.
These B Class stars, 54.04 LYs apart, with very close large pulsar companions, give the appearance of the stars wearing bow-ties. V970 Scorpii has its Pulsar very close to the B star which is the arrival point of the system.
HD 160167 also has two pulsars extremely close to each other, looking like two bow-ties. Not as close to the B star but still require caution to scan. This B star is not the entry star, the entry star does however have a black hole in proximity ready to catch out careless explorers. These treats are located around 500 LYs from Hillary Depot.
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Astrophotography courtesy of ibanix.