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  1. #2551
    Hi Corbin

    Green system found at Byooe Aoscs CG-F D11-96 whilst on the Minerva Centaurus Expedition. Located at the top of the Ascendance/the Bleak Lands, the system is a good point to top off with Jumponium before either crossing the Tyros Ridge or heading up to the Galactic Aphelion and beyond.

    https://www.edsm.net/en/system/bodie...cs+CG-F+d11-96

  2. #2552
    NAME: The Glitchtron
    SYSTEM(s) (there are three of them):
    1st (consider it main one, name, screens and description provided are for it): NGC 6567 Sector IR-W d1-40
    2nd: Bleia Dryiae LP-M D8-3
    3rd: Blae Drye JN-H D11-17

    DESCRIPTION: A neutron star rotating with madly insane high speed (possibly due to coding mistake or a glitch). Besides abnormal rotation object acts like a normal neutron star, flying through its spectacular thick jets is safe. The pair of stars - red and brown dwarf - are orbiting it just 30ly away, making perfect opportunity for a spectacular photo. One of them is also scoopable.

    SCREENSHOTS:
    https://imgur.com/gGuwxTm
    https://imgur.com/M5wEWgK
    https://imgur.com/LAxW75K
    https://imgur.com/RhojRK8

    A potato quality video of it made by one of us - https://youtu.be/RQTVYZeJnOg

  3. #2553
    POI Name : The Big Three
    POI Type : Stellar Features
    GalMap Ref : Floawns RZ-G d10-1353
    Description : A system composed of three M Red Giants, with a binary of those at 12 000 ls of the arrival point, there's a high metal content world that offer a great view on the binary
    Screenshot Reference :


  4. #2554
    Originally Posted by Michal0z View Post (Source)
    NAME: The Glitchtron
    SYSTEM(s) (there are three of them):
    1st (consider it main one, name, screens and description provided are for it): NGC 6567 Sector IR-W d1-40
    2nd: Bleia Dryiae LP-M D8-3
    3rd: Blae Drye JN-H D11-17

    DESCRIPTION: A neutron star rotating with madly insane high speed (possibly due to coding mistake or a glitch). Besides abnormal rotation object acts like a normal neutron star, flying through its spectacular thick jets is safe. The pair of stars - red and brown dwarf - are orbiting it just 30ly away, making perfect opportunity for a spectacular photo. One of them is also scoopable.

    SCREENSHOTS:
    https://imgur.com/gGuwxTm
    https://imgur.com/M5wEWgK
    https://imgur.com/LAxW75K
    https://imgur.com/RhojRK8

    A potato quality video of it made by one of us - https://youtu.be/RQTVYZeJnOg
    That looks like some serious anomaly of the stellar forge

    Could you (or anyone else in the vicinity reading this) post images or screenshots showing that fuel scooping is possible and flying through the jets is safe? Would be great material to add to any map entry about this.

    Are you on PC or Xbox?

  5. #2555
    New POI

    POI Name: Name required
    POI Type: Black Hole
    Galmap Reference: Engopt HL-Y e0

    This small black hole of only 2.6 solar masses is a rarity as its located in the Perseus Transit region of the Perseus Arm.






  6. #2556
    Originally Posted by Corbin Moran View Post (Source)
    That looks like some serious anomaly of the stellar forge
    Really? I come by at least 3 of such systems everyday when I travel... I do not even take photos anymore as they are quite common.. Never considered it a glitch, just a very fast one, but my knowledge of these things is minimal Thinking of it if there is another star less than 10 ls away then neutron star is usually much faster.

  7. #2557
    Originally Posted by Baton View Post (Source)
    Really? I come by at least 3 of such systems everyday when I travel... I do not even take photos anymore as they are quite common.. Never considered it a glitch, just a very fast one, but my knowledge of these things is minimal Thinking of it if there is another star less than 10 ls away then neutron star is usually much faster.
    Well, this phenomenon is news to me at least During my current two year expedition I have stayed away from neutron boosting for safety reasons. I will ask the rest of the mapping team about their experience with fast spinning neutrons.

  8. #2558
    Originally Posted by Corbin Moran View Post (Source)
    Well, this phenomenon is news to me at least During my current two year expedition I have stayed away from neutron boosting for safety reasons. I will ask the rest of the mapping team about their experience with fast spinning neutrons.
    They usually faster than one on the photo, like this one https://www.edsm.net/en/system/bodie...esky+CA-A+f508 https://i.imgur.com/lWLOMBb.jpg

  9. #2559
    Originally Posted by Corbin Moran View Post (Source)
    That looks like some serious anomaly of the stellar forge

    Could you (or anyone else in the vicinity reading this) post images or screenshots showing that fuel scooping is possible and flying through the jets is safe? Would be great material to add to any map entry about this.

    Are you on PC or Xbox?
    I'm on PC. Unfortunately I am now like 2-3k Ly from that system, so I can't bring more screenshots now. I can however give screenshot of flight log from EDD, showing that I entered this system, overcharged my FSD and safely traveled further without taking any damage:

  10. #2560
    Originally Posted by Corbin Moran View Post (Source)
    Well, this phenomenon is news to me at least During my current two year expedition I have stayed away from neutron boosting for safety reasons. I will ask the rest of the mapping team about their experience with fast spinning neutrons.
    I concur with Baton, I've seen many examples of mad strobing neutrons. Millisecond pulsars are a thing in the real galaxy so they can spin mindbogglingly fast for something with so much mass.

  11. #2561
    POI type: Planetary nebula
    Name: Blue Button Nebula (Button sounds the same to me as Baton )
    Galmap ref: Eord Prau MS-T e3-265
    Description: Single system blue nebula with black hole being orbited by two gas giants. Thanks to it's close location to much bigger Eord Prau nebula it offers very interesting view.

    Photos:






    POI type: nebula
    Galmap ref: Eord Prau SZ-C c14-253
    Name: Eord Prau nebula (feel free to rename)
    Desc: Medium size red nebula.

    Photo:


  12. #2562
    They are pretty common, i think the jet size of neutron stars depends on their mass. It would explain why the biggest neutrons are the ones with suns orbiting closely.

  13. #2563
    Submitting Surface POI

    Name: Scarred Planet
    GalMap: Phroea Hype NT-P d6-22
    Description: The only landable planet in the system is planet 3, a ringed metal rich body. From a distance, it is nothing spectacular about the planet aside from the rings, but on approach, several red marks appear on the planet's surface. Flying closer reveals the marks to be valleys that are discolored from the rest of the surface, possibly from the planet's own volcanoes.

    Initial approach showing rings
    Red features apparent
    The red is at a lower elevation than the rest of the surface.
    Up close and personal with the feature

    (Apologies for the in-cockpit with hud shots, I'm not that confident to take pictures using the free camera while approaching the surface)

  14. #2564
    POI Name : Gorgons.
    POI Type : Stellar Features.
    GalMap Ref : RIDGOO WP-G D10-120.

    Description : An Earth-like World orbiting around a couple of Water World terraformables discovered during the Perseus Survey in the remote and little explored region in Via Maris. In Greek mythology, a Gorgon is a female creature. Traditionally, while two of the Gorgons were immortal, Stheno and Euryale, their sister Medusa was not as she was slain by the demigod and hero Perseus.

    Screenshot Reference :




  15. #2565
    Originally Posted by iospace View Post (Source)
    Submitting Surface POI

    Name: Scarred Planet
    GalMap: Phroea Hype NT-P d6-22
    Description: The only landable planet in the system is planet 3, a ringed metal rich body. From a distance, it is nothing spectacular about the planet aside from the rings, but on approach, several red marks appear on the planet's surface. Flying closer reveals the marks to be valleys that are discolored from the rest of the surface, possibly from the planet's own volcanoes.

    Initial approach showing rings
    Red features apparent
    The red is at a lower elevation than the rest of the surface.
    Up close and personal with the feature

    (Apologies for the in-cockpit with hud shots, I'm not that confident to take pictures using the free camera while approaching the surface)
    Makes you wonder how this will change with the new planetary tech coming soon!