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Thread: Universal Cartographics Galactic Record Breakers

  1. #3256
    I may have a record for multi-ringed planet with the largest outer radius.

    The planet is FLYIEDGAI HY-H D10-19 14
    The outer radius is 34,123,744km.


  2. #3257
    I was told that this system is one of the biggest nests some have seen when I posted it. But since I couldn't find a "highest" nesting category, I just want to share it in general:

    System was first scanned and discovered by: Coldcupofjoe

    It lies on the way to HIP 74290, Pratchett's Disc.


  3. #3258
    Yesterday I found this impressive Planet in the Local Bubble , 111 Lightyears from Sol...

    http://www.elitegalaxyonline.com/obj...ject_id=662138

    It holds at the Moment seven Galactic Records!

    Rocky planet with the Highest Iron Material Content 22.626610 %
    Rocky planet with the Highest Nickel Material Content 17.113821 %
    Rocky planet with the Highest Niobium Material Content 1.546408 %
    Rocky planet with the Highest Tin Material Content 1.447524 %
    Rocky planet with the Highest Vanadium Material Content 5.556308 %
    Rocky planet with the Highest Zinc Material Content 6.149066 %
    Rocky planet with the Highest Zirconium Material Content 2.627416 %

  4. #3259

    Y Class Brown Dwarf with largest outer radius

    Originally Posted by bnrgator View Post (Source)
    I may have a record for multi-ringed planet with the largest outer radius.

    The planet is FLYIEDGAI HY-H D10-19 14
    The outer radius is 34,123,744km.
    I believe I beat you there.


    Y Class Brown Dwarf with the widest rings.
    Pru Aescs MC-M d7-60 9 B Ring
    Outer Radius: 38,453,284KM

    CMDR Newt Gunroy (me)





    https://imgur.com/a/yAMjR

  5. #3260
    Hey Commanders

    Is this thread/website still in operation?

    I'd like to contribute to the explorer community if possible - record my findings and have a chance at breaking some records maybe but I'm not sure what the most up to date resource to check and add to would be or even how I'd go about doing that.

    Any help very much appreciated, via here or pm.

    o7

  6. #3261
    Originally Posted by thelivingdeadguy View Post (Source)
    Hey Commanders

    Is this thread/website still in operation?

    I'd like to contribute to the explorer community if possible - record my findings and have a chance at breaking some records maybe but I'm not sure what the most up to date resource to check and add to would be or even how I'd go about doing that.

    Any help very much appreciated, via here or pm.

    o7
    As far as I am aware, the two most active crowdsourced exploration data repositories are...

    http://www.elitegalaxyonline.com/
    https://www.edsm.net/

    Poke around those sites for a bit...they have a crap ton of stuff there

  7. #3262
    Yeah, The Universal Cartographics site is inactive. It has not been updated for years.
    I have asked Frontier and this forum several times to shift the focus to EGO (elitegalaxyonline.com) instead. Unfortunately, exploration always gets close to no attention at all by FDev. Not even the simplest of requests...

  8. #3263
    EDSM record breakers are listed here https://www.edsm.net/en/statistics/bodies
    But that's only a minor part of what EDSM does.

    Look at ED Discovery here https://github.com/EDDiscovery/EDDiscovery/wiki
    Or EDMC here https://github.com/Marginal/EDMarketConnector/wiki

    These are tools you can run along side Elite to automatically upload your data to EDSM and EGO
    Assuming you're on a PC. If you're on a console , I'm not aware of any way for console players to contribute at this time.

  9. #3264
    EDSM records is nice, EGO is however a lot more useful. There are a lot more record types and you also get individual lists, which is useful when hunting specific planet types for reasons only known to you.

  10. #3265
    Right now I am in the system S171 12 and it has a very old Class "O" main star. I thought it might be a record breaker so I checked the Galactic Book of Records. The Book shows this star as the oldest discovered "O" Class star. Problem is book says it is 827 million years old. Cartographic's now has it at 897 million years old. Is it because time has continued in game since it was first discovered?

  11. #3266
    Originally Posted by Moadeeb View Post (Source)
    Right now I am in the system S171 12 and it has a very old Class "O" main star. I thought it might be a record breaker so I checked the Galactic Book of Records. The Book shows this star as the oldest discovered "O" Class star. Problem is book says it is 827 million years old. Cartographic's now has it at 897 million years old. Is it because time has continued in game since it was first discovered?
    Certainly not over 50m years!

    No, what happened was there was an error in the Stellar Forge that put the ages of some stars at over 30bn years, which is older than the age of the universe, so there was some...massaging.....of data to bring them back into line, it probably affected other stars as well, that's the most likely explanation.

  12. #3267

    New Oldest Class "O" star

    I could not submit to the Galactic record book because it was not available. I found a new Oldest Class "O: star. It is in system S171 22 and it is 896 million years old.

    I can't get images to work yet as I am a noob but if you need more please let me know. I have the screen shot.

  13. #3268
    Originally Posted by Major Klutz View Post (Source)
    EDSM record breakers are listed here https://www.edsm.net/en/statistics/bodies
    But that's only a minor part of what EDSM does.

    Look at ED Discovery here https://github.com/EDDiscovery/EDDiscovery/wiki
    Or EDMC here https://github.com/Marginal/EDMarketConnector/wiki

    These are tools you can run along side Elite to automatically upload your data to EDSM and EGO
    Assuming you're on a PC. If you're on a console , I'm not aware of any way for console players to contribute at this time.
    If you find something interesting and you play on console then it is still worth putting in the galactic mapping thread - they can create a manual entry. Triangulation can be used to get the system location, in lieu of flight logs.

  14. #3269
    I, CMDR QUORTHON, have a joint claim for most B stars in a system. Eembainz FG-Y g0 has 6 (and a t-tauri star). This matches the record of CMDR MAGNUS ROTTCODD.









  15. #3270
    HEY FOLKS

    THIS THREAD IS PRETTY MUCH DEAD

    THE SITE IS NOT BEING UPDATED, SO YOU DON'T WANT TO SUBMIT RECORDS HERE

    GO USE ELITE GALAXY ONLINE INSTEAD

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