Plae Aob AA-A h171 (Jötunheimr) [#1436451207]
This system is located at:
R: 40.109,226 / l: 16,280 / b: 0,140
Right ascension: 18h 19m 51,777s / Declination: -14° 42'34,071''
Metal-rich body (501 to 240.933 ls), Earth-like world (3.792.779 to 5.688.469 ls), Water world (3.110.071 to 12.044.753 ls), Ammonia world (7.869.234 to 21.412.894 ls), Terraformable (2.954.105 to 5.894.370 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Andrew Gaspurr on 15/10/2016 15:06:13.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Jötunheimr
52 ships passed through Plae Aob AA-A h171 space, including 0 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through Plae Aob AA-A h171 space in the last 24 hours.
Description: Jötunheimr in Norse legends was the home of the giants, the primordial race of world shapers before even the gods came into being. Fittingly, this star system is a place of gigantic proportions. No less then four O-type stars reside here, one of them being a blue giant with 71.6 solar masses and a staggering 216 solar radii. These stars bear the names of the most prominent heroes/villains of the giantkin: Ymir, Hrungnir, Mimir and Surtur.