List of Earth-like worlds, v2

Exact type of star(s) in the system: for example, K2 VAB. In case you aren't sure how to find this, check this post.
Your in-game name: CMDR if submitting multiple planets, no need to put it next to every entry

Where do you obtain the extended type of star information? The listed post link from the first page is broken.
Where do you obtain the extended type of star information? The listed post link from the first page is broken.
Ah, thanks for letting me know! I'll dig that post up again. (The search function isn't very helpful with that though.) In the meantime, it's on the galaxy map, as Klepto has already posted.
OK, here's the latest set from my ED7K Survey. First the table (hopefully this time I've fixed the image URLs so they don't turn into pictures) , then the Tourist Summaries.

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsScreenshot URLNotesXYZ
KYLOALL UO-A d1584B 222600.3ALEX TRAUTSAPYXM3 IIIB, K2 VABFALSE1 has a landable moon-8953.28125-995.3437520727.34375
WEPAE NY-R e4-3717C 1024935.5ROCKRTSAPYXNeutron star, A9 VB, K0 VAFALSE0
WEPOOE FG-Y e429215 a24126.3SAPYXB0 VZ, TTS4 VI, TTS7 VI, TTS6 VI FALSE0 is a moon of a planet(HMCP)-5024.3125-1238.7187523564.8125
WEPOOE MY-Z d13-2034524965.9SAPYXA9 VBFALSE0 ELWs-4529.15625-1125.562524525.84375
WEPOOE MY-Z d13-2034424965.9SAPYXA9 VBFALSE0 ELWs-4529.15625-1125.562524525.84375
WEPOOE XU-F d11-4078624622.8SAPYXA9 VIFALSE0
WEPOOE TS-B d650223720.8SAPYXA8 VIFALSE1 has a landable moon-4300.0625-58223320.53125
WEPOOE EK-C d14-1696225060.5SAPYXF0 VITRUE1 has a landable moon-5133.28125-5024529.09375
WEPOOE GS-B d13-1212124899.4SAPYXG4 VAFALSE0
WEPOOE EK-I c25-2641A 824774.8SAPYXG3 VAB, M6 VAFALSE0
WEPOOE MK-C d14-4764724952.1SAPYXG7 VABFALSE0 ELWs-4543.9375-28.2812524534.8125
WEPOOE MK-C d14-4764824952.1SAPYXG7 VABFALSE0 ELWs-4543.9375-28.2812524534.8125
WEPOOE FL-P d5-6268BC 224237.1SAPYXG4 VAB, M5 VA, L0 VFALSE0
WEPOOE SQ-A c15-394B 424382.0SAPYXK9 VA, M2 VA, M3 VAFALSE0

Enroute to Wepooe...

Kyloall - The Red Giant in this system is at just the right distance to make most tof the worlds of the secondary star terraformable - except of course the one that doesn't need further terraforming. Being in a tourist hotspot (it's enroute to the Dryooe Prou GGG and on the main line from Colonia to Beagle Point), so it's no surprise that I'm not the first visitor. Group 1 (small) but generally pleasant.

Kyloabs - For a Group 3 (large) world, it's quite small and pleasant, though the month-and-a-half-long day might take some getting used to.

Wepae - This world orbits a distant secondary star in a Neutron Star system. Again, the high traffic along the Neutron Expressway to Beagle Point means this star was already explored. Cold, Group 1.

Wepooe Sector worlds...

FG-Y - a rare ELW found in a B-class star system. As is quite common for ELWs in such systems, this ELW is a moon of a much larger lava-world HMC. Group 1, small and chilly.

MY-Z - my first ever Binary ELW star system. Planet 5 was the closer of the two as I approached, so it was scanned first. The two worlds are close enough to loom large in each other's skies. The two worlds are evenly matched twins, both in Group 3 and both slightly cooler than Earth.

XU-F - Group 2 (thick-aired), though at the smaller, not-too-thick end of the Group. Surface conditions are not so comfortable, with a three-month-long day and a high axial tilt.

TS-B - This star system is a chaotic mess, with planets (including the ELW) flying about all over the place at weird angles. The world is another Group 2, this time with a super-thick atmosphere. The chilly winters are made much worse by the near-90-degre axial tilt.

ZE-A - Group 3, and the days just keep getting longer - this one's at three and a half months.

WJ-A - Group 3. The days on this fetid jungle planet with multiple suns might seem like they never end.. that's because, at five and a half months long, they almost never do.

EK-C - Another Group 3 with a three-month-long day - this cluster of them is really messing with my averages. The only redeeming features are that it was my first ever Ringed ELW discovery, and there's a little potato-moon in a very scenic orbit.

DM-L - Group 1, this small tropical world with a perfect-match day length must seem like a paradise compared to many of the previous worlds.

GS-B - Here we have a Group 1 "desert planet" - too hot and dry for colonists to be truly happy.

ZY-A - Group 2, and here we have a new personal-best record holder for hottest desert planet. At 318 K it's nearly at the maximum for human habitability, and that 1.2% water might sound like a lot, but it's still nowhere near "humid". So it's likely another desert.

EK-I - As a Group 3 world it's a bit on the large and heavy side, but otherwise nothing too nasty.

MK-C - Another binary ELW system, my second; this time they're mis-matched, with the larger planet 7 being Group 3 and the smaller number 8 is a Group 2. Conditions on the worlds are not what you might expect: the larger, thin-aired one is a warm jungle world, while the small, thick-aired one is a dry tundra planet.

FL-P - Cool, Group 1 world.The high axial tilt is mitigated somewhat by having three suns to even out the heating.

SQ-A - On the smallish side, even for a Group 1 world. Cool.

IF-R - An unusual system, with just three stars and the ELW, no other planets or moons. The primary star is a Red Giant, the ELW orbits a matching-colour Red Dwarf in a mildly eccentric orbit. This Group 1 world easily qualifies as a Desert Planet, and up close one can see the seas on this world are small and disconnected.

And one more, after the Wepooe survey was finished...

Hypoe Pruae - at 1.59 Gs, this Group 3 world is my new record-holder for highest surface gravity. Curiously, it is not also my highest-mass ELW; I have another that's less dense, so it has more mass but less gravity. For such a large planet, it's rotating quite rapidly (a day is about 12 hours), so if you want to feel lighter, I'd suggest living on the equator.
System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsScreenshot URLNotes
PHA FLEE PC-B D1-91planet26101.5HASSLETHEHOFFFHASSLETHEHOFFFNeutron Star, M2 VATRUE0 star is Neutron
BYOI AIN LS-I D10-19197 A17318.6HASSLETHEHOFFFHASSLETHEHOFFFG0 VAB, Y4 V, Y4 VFALSE0 Earth like world is inbetween the two types of rings, AKA inner moon
I've got something special (I think)
Here it is Marx:
A ringed ELW as a moon of a class Y star, Primary is a class A7
Does that rate well on the rare scale?

I'll post screens if you all want. minus system info :)
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It should score pretty well (I guess it depends on your ideas about well though), already on account of being a ringed moon around a dwarf star, but there are several ways to more precisely tell. One is to simply put it in, and see the exact score ;) Second would be to look up a similar ELW already on the list, and see its score. Third would be to calculate it on your own: the required information is all there.
OK, here's my next batch, from straight-lining back towards the Bubble:

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsScreenshot URLNotesXYZ
Hypiae Aoc ZV-E d11-9711A 123049.83913SAPYXF2 VB, K4 VAFALSE0
Hypiae Aoc TS-U d2-2874822368.44665VW JOKERSAPYXF0 VZTRUE4 has 4 landable moons and is a Trojan1831.37517.187522293.34375
Dryuae Auscs NK-H c10-765A 621276.26078SAPYXG9 VAB, K8 VA, L3 VFALSE0
Eor Auscs UT-R d4-1164A 420086.12438SAPYXA8 VI, K5 VAFALSE0
Dryi Aoc ZO-A d2443A 418440.42989SAPYXF8 VB, M2 VAFALSE1 has a landable moon2926.0625242.4062518205.1875
Blua Phio FK-C d14-4829A 1 a15711.45859SAPYXF0 VI, K0 VAFALSE0 is a moon of a terraformable HMC2575.09375-28.12515498.96875
Floawns XO-X d2-1295314752.73089DASHING BLADESAPYXA6 VIFALSE0 very closely matching Earth2457.71875-101.0312514546.21875

Some notes to follow.
Hypiae Aoc ZV-E d11-9711 : A small Group 1 hot desert world.

Hypiae Aoc TS-U d2-2874 : This world was the reason why I took the eastwards detour from Sag A out this way: it's one of the known-to-EDSM ELW Trojans not yet added to the List. And it's a very close match to the Byoomiao one reported earlier: with four landable moons as well as rings. I'm wondering if Trojanity makes it more likely to have multiple moons, as if the Stellar Forge is condensing a bunch of objects into the Trojan point. The world itself is a cold Group 3 (large), as one might expect for a planet with so much junk in orbit.

Here's the view from the innermost moon:

Dryuae Auscs NK-H c10-765 : A hot Group 3 jungle planet, situated in a complex resource-rich system.

Eor Auscs UT-R d4-1164 : A cold Group 1 tundra planet. There are unmapped terraformables around the secondary star 34,000 Ls away.

Dryi Aoc ZO-A d2443 : An uncomfortable little Group 1 world with an axial tilt at a nearly-perfect 90 degree angle. I caught it in springtime so the planet "looked normal", but the Earth-year-long summer must be a scorcher, everywhere except on the equator. And, since it has a moon, here's a planet-from-moon shot:

Blua Phio FK-C d14-4829 : This chilly little moon (being a moon, it is naturally Group 1) orbits around a large HMC that only just qualifies as terraformable: the surface gravity is 1.97 G. The giant planet looms large in the moon's sky, while the tiny moon is barely visible from the planet. The normal-looking axial tilt is belied by the high orbital inclination: in the pic below, the pole is at the top, in full sunlight. There are four other terraformables in the system: two of the neighbouring trinary worlds and the binary around the secondary star, making this system quite valuable (I got over 7 million credits for it, and didn't map the other four terraformables).

Floawns XO-X d2-1295 : Do not confuse this planet with the very similarly named planet Floawns XO-X d2-1255, which is already in the database. This planet is much more interesting, and was another one of my must-see destinations on this trip, given my obsession with trying to find a "perfect match" for Earth. This planet came out of the EDSM data dump with six out of eight parameters (mass, gravity, temperature, volcanism, day-length and presence-of-a-Moon-like-object) matching: only the super-thick atmosphere which Group 2 planets are afflicted with, plus the low axial tilt, negate its extreme Earth-like-ness. It is even in the "third rock" position around its sun (though this isn't an essential paramter). The "Moon-like-object" in question is actually a co-orbiting terraformable HMC, but it orbits at a distance which makes it appear the same size as the system's sun, so it "counts" in my list. Sadly, it doesn't "look" very much like Earth, appearing cobalt-blue due to the thick atmosphere and the actinic glare of its A6 sun.

I then went on a 160-jump neutron-assisted trip from there to the starport in the Eagle Nebula, without seeing another ELW. Oh well, them's the dice-rolls. :(
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long session in Eord Flyue. Nice place.

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsScreenshot URLNotesXYZ
Whamboe PR-L c8-1020A 119339.87672EvoflashEvoflashK2 VA, M5 VAFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue VW-F c46A 117127.94778EvoflashEvoflashK6 VA, M2 VA, L9 VFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue LI-H d11-4818276.75188EvoflashEvoflashF9 VABFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue HC-J d10-106618195.11376EvoflashEvoflashF0 VABTRUE0 Source:
Eord Flyue HC-J d10-298318205.46495EvoflashEvoflashG1 VABFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue HC-J d10-82218243.95896EvoflashEvoflashG2 VABFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue QK-Q c21-72A 118203.73087EvoflashEvoflashK5 VAB, M4 VAFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue BP-Z b46-3A 218300.0454EvoflashEvoflashM5 VA, L4 VFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue PK-Q c21-21B 118204.71875EvoflashEvoflashK7 VA, K8 VAFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue KI-H d11-38B 518314.47637EvoflashEvoflashF2 VA, M0 VAFALSE1 Source:
ELW has a landable moon3675.03125-1536.7812517876.03125
Eord Flyue NU-Q c21-28BC 318236.18978EvoflashEvoflashK4 VA, K4 VAB, L0 VFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue UQ-O c22-12B 518271.01043EvoflashEvoflashG8 VAB, M1 VAFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue NV-E c28-50A 718520.08207EvoflashEvoflashK6 VA, M3 VAFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue TS-G b4A 117372.48951EvoflashEvoflashM3 VA, L1 VFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue HW-W d1-20A 317470.48963EvoflashEvoflashF7 VB, G8 VABFALSE1 Source:
ELW has a landable moon2764.9375-2357.4062517088.46875
Eord Flyue HS-I d10-216A 318171.44816EvoflashEvoflashF1 VI, K2 VAFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue NS-C b45-7A 618239.76533EvoflashEvoflashM1 VA, L4 V, T4 VFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue SP-W c18-47A 417904.54383EvoflashEvoflashK3 VA, M5 VAFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue UA-D c0A 217152.31523EvoflashEvoflashK8 VA, M0 VAFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue UW-A d14-157A 918411.5881EvoflashEvoflashA9 VAB, A9 VABFALSE0 Source:
Eord Flyue KV-B d14-102A 818371.27113EvoflashEvoflashA6 VB, K5 VAFALSE0 2500.125-1593.0937518130.5
Eord Flyue KF-D c29-239118343.49299EvoflashEvoflashK0 VABFALSE0 2498-1313.2812518125.09375
Eord Flyue KX-K c24-40A 418213.82959EvoflashEvoflashK4 VA, M4 VAFALSE1 2837.34375-1583.0937517921.6875
Eord Flyue AG-N d7-44B 617896.43422EvoflashEvoflashF3 VI, K9 VAFALSE0 Centre of Eord Flyue, "Verne" with ELW "Ionia"3140.84375-1952.12517510.1875
Eord Flyue XQ-A c15-5117893.60556EvoflashEvoflashK1 VABFALSE0 3118.5625-1966.9062517509.625
Eord Flyue VZ-O d6-18317866.46452EvoflashEvoflashF4 VBFALSE0 3114.46875-1952.062517484.28125
Eord Flyue DS-Y c15-1317926.35644EvoflashEvoflashG9 VABFALSE0 3128.59375-1985.437517539.21875
Eord Flyue ZF-N d7-10A 317900.70976EvoflashEvoflashF2 VI, K9 VA, M4 VAFALSE0 3102.46875-1951.4687517521.46875
Eord Flyue ZF-N d7-10A 517900.70976EvoflashEvoflashF2 VI, K9 VA, M4 VAFALSE1 ELW has a landable moon3102.46875-1951.4687517521.46875
Eord Flyue YK-N d7-13317934.62744EvoflashEvoflashF6 VABFALSE0 3146.53125-1943.2517549.1875
Hypio Pri SO-E c886A 624557.5362EvoflashEvoflashK2 VA, L1 VFALSE0 529.5-321.7524549.71875
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