This system is located at:
R: 17 589,855 / l: 20,624 / b: −0,457
Right ascension: 18h 30m 21,685s / Declination: −11° 8'53,880''
Metal-rich body (2 to 12 ls), Earth-like world (184 to 275 ls), Water world (151 to 583 ls), Ammonia world (381 to 1 036 ls), Terraformable (143 to 285 ls)
280 877 cr
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Tharrn on 15.10.2016 21.24.57.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Polo Harbour / The Venetian Nebula
6081 ships passed through Boewnst KS-S c20-959 space, including 14 ships in the last 7 days.
3 ships passed through Boewnst KS-S c20-959 space in the last 24 hours.
Asp Explorer - 2
Krait Phantom - 1
Polo Harbour – Boewnst KS-S c20-959, Planet A 2 A
Astrophotography by Corbin Moran
Polo Harbour was constructed in October 3302, as part of the Colonia Connection Highway. It used to be the final stop for travellers on their way to Colonia before they would reach their destination: however, a year later, a new colony was built in a closer system, Kashyapa. Unfortunately, this planetary base offers only basic services, neither shipyards nor outfitting are available.
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The Venetian Nebula is a very colorful nebula, reminiscent of the Lagoon Nebula with its appearance. Due to its location on the edges of the galactic core, it is densely packed with thousands of star systems making the views from within the nebula itself some of the most spectacular explorers can experience.
The nebula is home to Polo Harbour Outpost, situated in the Boewnst KS-S c20-959 star system.