V1820 Cygni (NGC 6871) [#4442292869]
This system is located at:
R: 5.150,003 / l: 72,593 / b: 2,102
Right ascension: 20h 5m 38,702s / Declination: 35° 45'32,258''
Metal-rich body (4 to 849 ls), Earth-like world (13.358 to 20.034 ls), Water world (10.953 to 42.420 ls), Ammonia world (27.715 to 75.414 ls), Terraformable (10.404 to 20.759 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Sunny v. Isegrim.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: NGC 6871
117 ships passed through V1820 Cygni space, including 0 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through V1820 Cygni space in the last 24 hours.
NGC 6871 is a small open cluster in Cygnus. It consists of under 50 A-class and B-class stars, most from standard catalogs eg. HD, HIP, 2MASS. NGC 6871 has been studied fairly intensely owing in part to the presence of eclipsing binaries. Its distance has been estimated to be around 5135 light-years while its age is a mere 9.1 million years old. The cluster was discovered by Friedrich Georg Wilhelm von Struve in 1825.
Reference point V1820 Cygni contains a blue giant and a 3 solar-mass black hole. Pilots looking for a challenge should land on the 4th planet of NGC 6871 24. This system has a large number of stellar bodies; the single rocky world has 60 earth masses and a surface gravity of 6.01g. Those who do land will be rewarded with a string of colored stars and violet craters.