Pleiades Sector AB-W b2-4 (Alien Crash Sites) [#9465168078097]

Systeem informatie

Loyaliteit:

Onafhankelijk

Regering:

Democratie

Economie:

Military

Veiligheid:

High

 

Bewoners:

25.000

Beherende factie:

Marauders Vanguard
(Balk)

Coordinaten

This system is located at: -137.5625 / -118.25 / -380.4375

Galactische coordinaten: R: 421,473 / l: 160,121 / b: -16,294
Equatoriale coordinaten: Correcte klim: 3h 47m 53,881s / Afwijking: 33° 32'43,960''


Bewoonbare zone:
Metal-rich body (1 to 5 ls), Earth-like world (76 to 114 ls), Water world (62 to 241 ls), Ammonia world (158 to 429 ls), Terraformable (59 to 118 ls)

Geschatte waarde: 6.207 cr

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

This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Vadas [UGC] on 26 dec. 2015 15:59:22.

Het Galactisch Cartografie Project heeft het Alien Crash Sites genoemd.

3052 ships passed through Pleiades Sector AB-W b2-4 space, including 11 ships in the last 7 days.

0 ship passed through Pleiades Sector AB-W b2-4 space in the last 24 hours.

Kleine groeperingen
Marauders Vanguard (Boom) 95,395 %
Merope Expeditionary Fleet (None) 3,604 %
The Ant Hill Mob (None) 1,001 %

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Located in the vicinity of the Pleiades starcluster are three alien crash sites. The wreckages found in these locations seems to be of the same origion as the alien vessel encountered by pilots being pulled out of hyperspace in this region of space.

Crash site 1 - Noczevich Gully:

Noczevich Gully is an ice canyon that crosses a prominent crater of an otherwise unremarkable moon orbiting an unremarkable outer planet in the Pleiades Sector. Its claim to fame is that it is the location at which the first known alien derelict spacecraft was discovered. The wreckage was found following a series of leads from various shady characters...

  • Discovered: August 30th, 3302
  • System: Pleiades Sector AB-W b2-4
  • Orbital body: 9 A
  • Coordinates: -26.336 / 97.708

Crash site 2

  • Discovered: November 3rd, 3302
  • System: HIP 17862
  • Orbital body: 6 C A
  • Coordinates: 30.33 / -98.58

Crash site 3

  • Discovered: November 5th, 3302
  • System: HIP 17862
  • Orbital body: A 4 A
  • Coordinates: -34.98 / -141.41

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