Systimbau AA-A h63 (The Dandelion Anomaly) [#530808135]


This system is located at: -4813.875 / -606.78125 / 27428.09375

Galactic coordinates: R: 27,853.939 / l: 9.955 / b: -1.248
Equatorial coordinates: Right ascension: 18h 12m 20.316s / Declination: -20° 55'58.257''

Reserve level: Pristine

Estimated value: 537,935 cr

In this system you can find all the materials for FSD Injections. This is a GREEN system.
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This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Richard Fluiraniz m..

It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: The Dandelion Anomaly

53 ships passed through Systimbau AA-A h63 space, including 0 ship in the last 7 days.

0 ship passed through Systimbau AA-A h63 space in the last 24 hours.

The Dandelion Anomaly system consists of four black holes, one ringed M class, 11 other stars, with 8 of them orbiting three black holes relatively close to each other 96k ls from the primary black hole. What is curious about the latter is that the lensing effect emits light to such a degree that it is equally or even brighter than stars closer to the bodies in the central star. One example is seen on the moon A 2 a, a planet orbiting inside the ringed M class A 2, which despite his parent body's closer proximity, the anomaly is emitting an even brighter light. Therefore, creating a planet of "Endless day" which is hit with light from both sides, never giving sleep to whoever lands on the planet. And as it thought there could be no more surprises, there is life on the anomaly relatively close to the black holes! Close to them, we have some landables with an atmosphere with modest land-based lifeforms that defy all possibilities and thrive despite the gravitational anomaly. Indeed a pretty exciting system to behold and stop, as going towards the anomaly can create a fascinating lensing effect that would surprise the most veteran of explorers visiting Odin's hold.

enter image description here Astrophotography by Richard Fluiraniz M

Discovered during the SWS High-G Summer Slamdown Expedition, 3307.