This system is located at:
R: 50.434,299 / l: 2,370 / b: 0,108
Right ascension: 17h 50m 44,567s / Declination: -26° 51'3,133''
Metal-rich body (17 to 11.402 ls), Earth-like world (179.489 to 269.200 ls), Water world (147.180 to 570.003 ls), Ammonia world (372.402 to 1.013.340 ls), Terraformable (139.799 to 278.944 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Iskar Ultor.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Archived: Will-o'-Wisp
223 ships passed through Tyroerts AA-A g2 space, including 0 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through Tyroerts AA-A g2 space in the last 24 hours.
The ghostly light of the Will-o'-wisp might lead the unwary traveler into murky waters... or so the saying goes among seasoned explorers. This very bright O-star serves as a beacon marking the Sagittarius-Carina Mission route in this sector, but the path it lights for you is not without its dangers.
If approaching this location from the "north", following this beacon will lead you straight into one of those mysterious regions of the galaxy that current nav-computers refuse to enter. If approaching camp 23 from the "south" a jump range of 30+ is recommended to avoid being lead astray or on a wild goose chase. Once the weary traveller finally reaches his price, the system itself reveals nothing but the star itself. It is truly an "ignis fatuus" (foolish fire).
A nearby quaternary system offers a place to land, but even the ground of this world resembles the phosphorescence of the Will-o'-wisp...
Landing site : Fistashka Posadka