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  1. #2641

    white dwarf with ore ring

    Hello CMDR ... on one of my trips last year, I was only able to discover this white dwarf with ore ring, in a system with three black holes...
    I think i give this Poi the name ''Chessi's black disc with white core...
    System: EGNAIMT AA-A H12 A1






    Greetings CMDR

  2. #2642
    this new poi is a beautiful geyser...
    System: IOJAING NE-E C9 Planet 4A, surface coordinates 72,0816, 156,5618
    I would like to name this new POI ... Chessi's Car Wash...







    Greetings CMDR

  3. #2643
    Important comment about geysers, not all of them will be there in 3.0, some will change location because of the changes in planets (as said by Sandy in the last livestream), so probably the best would be to wait till 3.0 hits the server and check if the site is there before submitting.

  4. #2644
    Hello CMDR...
    a new POI of a geyser with yellow fountains
    System FLYUA HYPUE LI-A D14-11 Planet 11A surface coordinate 84,3913Gr 10,0353Gr
    I would like to name this new POI... Chessi's yellow fountains







    Greetings CMDR

  5. #2645
    POI type: Planetary Nebula
    GalMap Ref: Screakai HM-V e2-1765
    POI Name: Aquamarine Nebula or Blue Cat's Eye Nebula

    Description:
    Situated at the southern tip of the Far 3kpc Arm and halfway between Colonia and the Yin-Yang Nebula, this blue shimmering planetary nebula contains a solitary black hole of 2.6 solar masses.

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    POI type: Planetary Nebula
    GalMap Ref: Screakue YK-O e6-64
    POI Name: Malachite Nebula

    Description:
    The central object of this greenish-blue nebula is a black hole, which is accompanied by a class G sun with a total of 10, partly landable objects. The whole is located about 3600 light-years from Colonia in the south-western corner of the Far 3kpc arm. The nebula was given this name due to its bright green colour, which is reminiscent of the same named gemstone.

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    POI type: Planetary Nebula
    GalMap Ref: Dunee PN-T e3-3413
    POI Name: The Three Thieves

    Description:
    Within this planetary nebula, some 3400 light-years away from Colonia, a black hole with just under 3 solar masses is accompanied by two gas giants (Class I and IV) each with a helium-rich atmosphere. Supported by the bluish coloration of the nebula, these three fellows are rather dark and a little bit secret, hence the naming.

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  6. #2646
    got a nice one too.....
    Neutron Star with two metal rich rings....

    Wepooe AA-A h319 2 -> I name it: Huán zhuŕng cí zhū 水晶珍珠 (crystal pearl)

  7. #2647
    Name: Four Dancers
    Game map search ref: Ooscs Chraea IR-L d8-34
    Description: The Four Dancers is a visually interesting stellar arrangement. Jumping into this system travelers are blasted with the light from a binary pair of F and M class stars. Just a few hundred light seconds away, another fiery couple dances a frantic whirl. The two stellar couples, each locked in their own intimate waltzes, orbit each other in an infinite cosmic dance party. Perhaps most poignantly, off in the distance, hanging alone in black, is a solitary wallflower K-class star orbiting the dancers, forever forced to watch, alone, the happy couples dance at the system's center for all of time.
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  8. #2648
    POI type: Other
    GalMap Ref: Screakoi WO-G c11-1
    POI Name: Karmeliet

    Description:
    This system contains an Earth-Like World with 2 (terraformable) Water World orbiting around it. Further in the system there is another terraformbale Water-World.

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  9. #2649
    and the next ringed NS.... Wepooe AA-A h66 2


  10. #2650
    Originally Posted by Pilot Pirx View Post (Source)
    POI type: Planetary Nebula
    GalMap Ref: Screakai HM-V e2-1765
    POI Name: Cat's Eye Nebula

    Description:
    Situated at the southern tip of the Far 3kpc Arm and halfway between Colonia and the Yin-Yang Nebula, this blue shimmering planetary nebula contains a solitary black hole of 2.6 solar masses.

    ...
    Aaah, Pilot Pirx, I really hate to break it to you - especially since I adore cat references of all ilk - but the Cat's Eye nebula is a thing, already in game in fact. It just happens to be an unreachable nebula too far off the galactic disc.

    You'd need to rename your find I'm afraid. :/

  11. #2651
    NAME: Poseidon's Fury
    GAME MAP SEARCH REF: Bleia Flyuae ZU-N d7-54 B 10 (+ moons a, b, c)
    DESCRIPTION:

    Bleia Flyuae ZU-N d7-54 B 10 is a ringed water world, with three relatively large moons. While ringed water worlds in of themselves are not all that unremarkable, this particular water world and its ring system is unusual due to the large gap between the A and B rings with two moons orbiting *between* the A and B rings, and the third moon in an inclined orbit outside the rings, suggesting that the planet/moon system may have had a violent formation.

    The planet has two rings, A and B. The A ring is of typical proportions for the rings of a terrestrial type planet, with an inner radius of 16.7Mm and outer radius of 59.2Mm. The outer rings however are large, and the two inner moons A and B orbit between the planet's A and B rings. The outer rings have an inner radius of 708Mm and outer radius of 1.1Gm. Moon a has a semi major axis of 224Mm, and moon b has a semi major axis of 400Mm. The A ring and the a and b moons are all classified as 'rocky' and are in the same orbital plane. The materials on moons a and b are broadly similar. Moon c's orbit, which lies outside of all the rings, is significantly inclined at -27.5 degrees, and the minor materials list differs significantly from moons a and b (As, Mo, Sb, Hg) - by contrast c's minor materials are Zr, Sn, Y and W.

    This suggests that the B ring and moon c were likely formed in an ancient cataclysmic collision. Moon c most possibly did not originally belong to the water world, but instead is possibly a captured object which collided with the original moon c, whose pulverised remains now form the B ring, possibly mixed in with debris from the current c moon (now smaller than its original size).

    Due to moon c's inclined orbit, it is possible to find an excellent view of the water world, its inner ring, its two intra-ring moons and its colossal outer ring, while landed on this moon as the rings and inner moons are not being seen 'edge on' but rather from an elevated position relative to the orbital plane of the rings and inner moons.

    This planet and ring system was discovered during the Minerva Centaurus expedition in Feburary 3304 by CMDR Mack Winston.

    (Images will be formatted to specification later on)






  12. #2652
    another NS with Rings - WEPOOE AA-A h270 1


  13. #2653

  14. #2654
    Originally Posted by Xenia_K View Post (Source)
    another NS with Rings - WEPOOE AA-A h270 1
    You need seriously stop this thing, I've seen probably around 1000 neutron stars and not a single ringed one, I cannot get any sleep now

  15. #2655
    Originally Posted by Lance 'Spacecat' D. View Post (Source)
    Aaah, Pilot Pirx, I really hate to break it to you - especially since I adore cat references of all ilk - but the Cat's Eye nebula is a thing, already in game in fact. It just happens to be an unreachable nebula too far off the galactic disc.

    You'd need to rename your find I'm afraid. :/
    Thank you very much for the valuable advice and the remembrance of the golden rule: First do some research and then post...