Crab Pulsar [#20574422]
This system is located at:
R: 7.000,017 / l: 184,600 / b: -5,800
Right ascension: 5h 34m 34,344s / Declination: 21° 58'13,668''
Metal-rich body (0 to 4.270.243 ls), Earth-like world (67.222.400 to 100.821.207 ls), Water world (55.122.240 to 213.478.631 ls), Ammonia world (139.472.629 to 379.517.566 ls), Terraformable (52.357.934 to 104.470.550 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Cruento Mucrone on 18/07/2015 21:45:50.
1955 ships passed through Crab Pulsar space, including 6 ships in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through Crab Pulsar space in the last 24 hours.
Situated on the far edge of the Perseus arm and 700 LYs below the galactic plane, this prominent pulsar with its beautiful blue/green ejecta cloud was one of very few pulsars to be identified optically. Since the introduction of new FSD technology it has become a hotbed of scientific study, and also tourism due to its colourful dust clouds.
The Crab Pulsar at the heart of the Crab Nebula was one of the first pulsars that mankind ever discovered, back in the 20th century, by Jocelyn Bell Burnell (who had also discovered the LGM-1 pulsar a year earlier). Though her contribution was recognised by her peers, it was not by the body who awarded the Nobel Prize.