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  1. #61
    Hiya!

    ELWs from CMDR Elvis Kremmen...

    Code:
    SYSTEM                 BODY   STAR TYPE     FAR AWAY (NOT SMALL)
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    SKAUDEAE RJ-F D12-19   6      A8 VB  star   12,793 LY from Sol
    PROOE PHIO TL-K D9-21  A 4    F8 VAB star   13,695 LY from Sol
    FLOADUE YP-X D1-9      4      F9 VB  star   15,921 LY from Sol
    COESTS ER-D d12-90     D 6    F4 VB  star   17,670 LY from Sol
    MYNOAW AX-M C7-278     A 1    G7 VAB star   19,177 LY from Sol
    PYTHAICS II-K D8-1189  A 5    A9 VI  star   20,541 LY from Sol
    ATHAIHN YX-U D2-3984   4      A8 VB  star   22,434 LY from Sol
    EESHOVVY FU-R C20-3    A 2    K4 VA  star   17,771 LY from Sol
    EESHOVVY FU-R C20-3    A 3    K4 VA  star   17,771 LY from Sol
    BOEPP XI-B C29-137     B 3    M5 VA  star   16,838 LY from Sol
    FLYIEDGOU PK-D D13-48  A 2    K0 VA  star    9,105 LY from Sol
    NYEAJEE HD-Q D6-76     B 9 A  G9 VA  star    7,246 LY from Sol
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  2. #62
    From a quick, single day trip that also yielded a ton of Water Worlds (the system with the second EL below had 3 WWs!) an Ammonia World and a system with four life-bearing gas giants):


    Planet name: Synuefai IE-C C28-3 7
    Screenshots: <see picture below>
    Distance from Sol: 760 ly
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G6 VAB
    Your in-game name: CMDR Ellegon

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    Planet name: Synuefai EC-B D14-15 3
    Screenshots: <see below>
    Distance from Sol: 748 ly
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F6 VAB
    Your in-game name: CMDR Ellegon

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  3. #63
    Just a couple of Earth-likes to post, since I turned back to make sure I got first discovery of an Earth-like with an airless moon, and also because I realised that I had enough money to get a 7B fuel scoop.

    Planet name: SMOJOO JS-J D9-4 5
    Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/rEANgfO.jpg
    Distance from Sol: 4807 ly
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F7 VB

    And here's one pretty close to Sol, with one ELW, two WWs, two other terraforming candidates and one HMCP:

    Planet name: AQUILA DARK REGION JC-V D2-1 1
    Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/O94K85k.jpg
    Distance from Sol: 1078 ly
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: A9 VI


    Also, @ Edelgard Von Rhein: thanks for posting the data values as well! They illustrate nicely that the credits only depend on the Earth-like's size. Although I wonder how much the presence of a ring would add to the value, but unfortunately we don't have such data.

    Your post also made me pay more attention to the payouts, and I found it a bit odd that terraformable water worlds are often worth the same amount of credits as Earth-likes are. The payouts could use some adjustment, in my opinion. (For example, Earth-likes are underpriced, neutron stars are overpriced, more exotic stars are underpriced, and so on.)

  4. #64
    A couple new, and many more in the archive i will post some day.

    Planet name: EODGORSTS JA-C D14-118 1
    Distance From Sol: 12023.76 Ly
    Orbiting: Neutron Star
    First Discovered by: CMDR AKIRA MASAKARI
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    Planet name: BLEAE AESCS KT-L C10-4 1
    Distance from Sol: 12605.09 Ly
    Orbiting: G (single)
    First discovered by: CMDR AKIRA MASAKARI
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  5. #65
    @ AKIRA MASAKARI: Oh hey, I remember seeing your name quite often when I was looking for an Earth-like near the Jellyfish nebula. Howdy, and thanks!

    Also, let me advertise a bit: RMORTI has been posting an ongoing guide with more in-depth information about Earth-likes in the Synuefe sector. If you haven't seen it already, go read up on it!
    His work has also been very useful for filling out missing info and screenshots of the planets there.

  6. #66
    Originally Posted by marx View Post (Source)
    @ AKIRA MASAKARI: Oh hey, I remember seeing your name quite often when I was looking for an Earth-like near the Jellyfish nebula. Howdy, and thanks!

    Also, let me advertise a bit: RMORTI has been posting an ongoing guide with more in-depth information about Earth-likes in the Synuefe sector. If you haven't seen it already, go read up on it!
    His work has also been very useful for filling out missing info and screenshots of the planets there.
    Thanks Marx, i used to post in the old thread, but since when the Gal Map Search function went crazy, I can't find back several ELW I have tagged, and I kind of gave up.
    But when I saw your efforts and your nice sheet that is very usefull for "Science!!!!" I decided to contribute again.
    Now i post as i find them, not caring anymore to keep them secret before selling data.

    Here's a new one

    Planet name: PUEKAAE YI-L B27-9 C3
    Distance from Sol: 13977.99 Ly
    Orbiting: M (system is triple M, ELW orbits the furthest)
    First discovered by: me
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    P.S. I now notice this one is tidally locked, is it common?

  7. #67
    Hi there,

    I think this one is not yet on the list :
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  8. #68
    Originally Posted by CMDR AKIRA MASAKARI View Post (Source)
    P.S. I now notice this one is tidally locked, is it common?
    It's not entirely common, but also not that rare. ELWs that orbit close to their stars can often be tidally locked, which should give rise to some interesting things down on the planet. (Flora, fauna, night sky views.)

    @ Thrawn29: actually, it was on the list, but it was from the original list and there was no system map screenshot. As it turns out, the first discoverer was credited wrong, so now that's fixed, and you've also been credited. Thanks!

  9. #69
    Perhaps a dumb question, but is there any way to obtain galactic X,Y, Z coordinates in game for each system with an ELW?

  10. #70
    Sure, there is, but you have to be in the system to do it. You can trilaterate the system's coordinates by measuring distances to known reference points: EDDiscovery is probably your best tool for this.

  11. #71
    Twenty six Earth Like worlds from a recent trip to one of the neutron fields.

    Click the planet names to see a screenshot of each one.

    First discovery on all is CMDR TigerNuts.

    PLANET: SLULEE LC-B C27-60 2
    DISTANCE: 10,356 LYs
    STAR TYPE: K Class

    PLANET: EIDAIK TJ-Q D5-25 C 5
    DISTANCE: 11,080 LYs
    STAR TYPE: K Class

    PLANET: FLOARPS IR-U D3-223 A 5
    DISTANCE: 14,685 LYs
    STAR TYPE: G Class

    PLANET: BOEPP SD-Q C6-354 A 6
    DISTANCE: 15,902 LYs
    STAR TYPE: G Class

    PLANET: EESHOVVY PS-U D2-1772 B 6
    DISTANCE: 17,253 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EESHOVVY RD-T D3-533 AB 2 A - (Earth Like Moon)
    DISTANCE: 17,273 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EESHOVVY YE-R D4-565 5 A - (Earth Like Moon)
    DISTANCE: 17,287 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron Star

    PLANET: EOK FLYUAE PM-W E1-1307 B 4
    DISTANCE: 17,294 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYUAE NR-W E1-1924 4
    DISTANCE: 17,316 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EESHOVVY YE-R D4-993 B 2
    DISTANCE: 17,331 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYUAE NR-W E1-1539 C
    DISTANCE: 17,333 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EESHOVVY UE-R D4-1998 B 4
    DISTANCE: 17,373 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EESHOVVY YE-R D4-1370 2
    DISTANCE: 17,379 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO FW-T D4-565 B 3
    DISTANCE: 17,389 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO FW-T D4-565 B 6
    DISTANCE: 17,389 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EESHOVVY JM-W E1-1132 B 4
    DISTANCE: 17,401 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYUAE JV-P D5-1231 AB 4
    DISTANCE: 17,441 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO IM-T D4-618 B 2
    DISTANCE: 17,458 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron Star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO JX-T E3-823 B 1 A
    DISTANCE: 17,702 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO WP-N D7-49 AB 2
    DISTANCE: 17,745 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO VP-N D7-260 2
    DISTANCE: 17,763 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron Star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO VP-N D7-391 BC 1
    DISTANCE: 17,768 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO LS-T E3-510 2
    DISTANCE: 17,856 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO PY-R E4-587 AB 4
    DISTANCE: 17,923 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO HD-I D10-261 2
    DISTANCE: 18,044 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star

    PLANET: EOK FLYOO HD-I D10-191 AB 4
    DISTANCE: 18,047 LYs
    STAR TYPE: Neutron star


    Sorry for generating all the extra work, Marx - I've tried to keep them as ordered as possible for you

  12. #72
    Originally Posted by marx View Post (Source)
    Sure, there is, but you have to be in the system to do it. You can trilaterate the system's coordinates by measuring distances to known reference points: EDDiscovery is probably your best tool for this.
    Well, not really a fan of 3rd party software that might be digging into my PC. Let's just say I'm overly cautious and that FD should make it part of the game.

    However, this has bugged me for some time now; and I actually think the answer was staring me in the face the whole time.
    You actually can get X, Y, Z data directly from the game's navigational map. I've looked and SOL is definitely 0:0:0. I compared this to ADITI and found it to be 73:-338:-159
    I think FD just wanted us to find this out on our own.
    Each grid appears to be in 10LY X 10LY squares.
    If I select ADITI and move the mouse up or down, then the second number changes. So -338 is the distance ADITI is south of the galactic plane as centered on SOL.

    I'm going to experiment some more, get the numbers from the navigational map for each ELW and compare; but I think this actually will allow accurate 3D plotting of positions.


    [Edit] -
    So I played around a little and applied it just to the Pythagorean Theorem:

    Knowing now that SOL is 0:0:0 I picked two ELWs with known SOL distance:

    * ADITI - 380.60LY
    * SYNUEFE AL-P C21-4 - 433.87LY

    This distance is the travel distance, so is not a straight line, but rather a combination of distances between the stars we jump through.

    If we assume that ADITI is located at - 73:-338:-159 then the hypotenuse distance to SOL is 345.79LY.
    If we asume that SYNUEFE AL-P C21-4 is located at - 28:-461:-118 then the hypotenuse distance to SOL is 461.85LY

    This is problematic, because we have not solved for the offset of the planet from the Z-Axis. Also, I
    Perhaps have not quite figured out how to read the X,Y,Z positions from the navigational map.
    Still, it's in the ballpark in terms of LY distance. You could create a relatively decent 3D depiction of the ELWs using this as a method.
    But we can apply the theorem twice and get an accurate distance:

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    [Edit] I've modified the (+) and (-) marks to match in game.

    So:
    X axis is (-) left of the SOL~SAGITTARIUS LINE (+) is right.
    Y axis is (-) below the galactic plane (+) above.
    Z axis is (-) away from SOL towards Barnard's Nebula (+) is between SOL and SAGITTARIUS.

    I think it is a two part calculation:
    - Part 1 is to determine the hypotenuse distance at your current Y axis using the A, B, lines to determine the C measurements.
    - Part 2 is to determine your hypotenuse distance to SOL using the C,D, to determine the E measurements (SOL distance).

    I'm pretty sure that the ADITI coordinates are correct. So let's appy those.

    LINE A (known): 159LY
    LINE B (known): 73 LY
    LINE C: answer = 121.28LY
    LINE D (known): 461LY
    LINE E: answer = 380.60LY which is spot on!

  13. #73
    Here are the Earth Likes discovered on my Ragnarok Expedition plus one ancient discovery from my first mini-exploration around the Orion Nebula back in December.

    Pilot: CMDR Marlon Blake

    I'm afraid I don't have any way to look up distantance from Sol right now, sorry.
    Information on the "Sector" names are a little incomplete because search bug.

    Planet name: HIP 27096 B 4
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K
    Notes: Found during my ever exploration jaunt around Orion/Cone nebula back in December 3300




    Planet name: Dryao Phyloea DR-C d13-581 3 A
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F





    Planet name: Eorm Breae XE-G d11-574 7
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G





    Planet name: Aowriae LR-D c12-41 1
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K





    Planet name: Pheia Briae YA-J c24-354 2
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K






    Planet name: Hatchoi FA-D c26-1 A 1
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G





    Planet name: Smootoae VE-R d4-134 2
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G





    Planet name: Fleckeae TE-K c11-0 1
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K





    Planet name: Pyraea Eur JN-B c13-0 A 6
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G





    Planet name: Blo Auwsy TE-G d11-11 A 1
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K





    Planet name: Byaa Aod MI-J d9-3 5
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: A






    Planet name: VEGNI AF-X D2-82 8
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: A





    Planet name: Hyuqu WJ-Z d570 BC4
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: (K K)





    Planet name: Aemorrs GQ-O d6-1419 1
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: Neutron Star





    Planet name: Dryio Bli OF-R c7-537 11
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K





    Planet name: Eoch Bli IX-K d8-6583 4
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G





    Planet name: Phrio Prao KM-V d2-6305 5
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G





    Planet name: Scheau Prao PQ-Y d286 3
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: MS (Carbon Star)






    Planet name: Plaa Chrea RO-R c4-3 2
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K





    Planet name: Greae Phoea YA-D d13-476 C 5
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: S (Carbon Star)
    First discovered by: Insaene






    Planet name: Nuekie LS-K d8-6 A 1
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: Neutron Star





    Planet name: Col 228 Sector OD-S d4-16 A 7
    Coords: (6837, -18, 2230)
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: A






    Planet name: Statue of Liberty Sector DL-Y d28 A 3
    Coords: (5570, -96, 2166)
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting:
    First discovered by: Fulmar Fenix





    Planet name: HIP 81805 B 3
    Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F
    First discovered by: Trylowbyte
    Distance from Sol 288.36 ly



  14. #74
    Not one, but two carbon stars? Very nice finds!
    I'll fill out the missing distances and the exact star types when I'll get to Sol. No idea when that'll be though.
    Oh, and sorry, but until I get a screenshot confirming that the Statue of Liberty Sector DL-Y D28 contains an Earth-like planet, I can't add it. It does look like one, but I'd like to be certain.

  15. #75
    Originally Posted by marx View Post (Source)
    Not one, but two carbon stars? Very nice finds!
    I'll fill out the missing distances and the exact star types when I'll get to Sol. No idea when that'll be though.
    Oh, and sorry, but until I get a screenshot confirming that the Statue of Liberty Sector DL-Y D28 contains an Earth-like planet, I can't add it. It does look like one, but I'd like to be certain.
    I managed to dig up the 2 missing "sector" system maps! I looked up the rough locations based on my log of systems visited and filtered by exact star type and eventually tracked both down. I've added the screenshots and also coordinates for each to make it possible to relocate them later for distance measurements. All corrections and enhancements are now in the edited post.

    I have a 2nd character who isn't out exploring but unfortuntely doesn't have Sol access yet. I'll keep working on that, in which case maybe I'll be able to come back with distances one day...