List of Earth-like worlds, v2

1 more to add from me THE DOC

SWOIWNS ND-J D9-2
1666 LYs from sol
Orbiting M3 VA star (2nd star in system)
13 swoiwns nd-j d9-2.jpg
 
It'll be ages till I can tell you how far from Sol though. Sorry!
No worries, I've added it to the incomplete list in the meantime. In a couple of weeks, I should make it back to the bubble myself, so I could fill it then if nobody else will tell us the distance. Thankfully, there are only a handful of systems right now where the distances are missing.
Also, welcome to the list, and good luck out there!
 
No worries, I've added it to the incomplete list in the meantime. In a couple of weeks, I should make it back to the bubble myself, so I could fill it then if nobody else will tell us the distance. Thankfully, there are only a handful of systems right now where the distances are missing.
Also, welcome to the list, and good luck out there!
You can do as I did - since I was on my expedition when I was submitting my data here and could not see the distances to Sol, I simply calculated from the coordinates.
In his case, SIFI BV-T B18-0 is at -2001,269,620 which means the distance is sqrt(2001²+269²+620²)=2112.

Edit: also, ELW in a T Tauri system? Nice.
 
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Here's an update from me, with 13 planets. Most of them are pretty standard fare, but there is one interesting find: in EIDAILLS UN-P B10-3, an Earth-like world is orbiting a lone M9 star. (No other stars in the system.) So it turns out that class M stars of all luminosities can host Earth-likes on their own.

In case anyone's curious: the star itself is M9 VI, with a solar mass of 0.1992, solar radius of 0.3777 and surface temperature of 2090 K. The planet orbits it at only 0.06 AU, and with an orbital period of 10.7 days, tidally locked.

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Planet name: DROJAEA VR-O C8-1 A 3
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/gHBErlX.jpg
Distance from Sol: 3164 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K2 VAB

Planet name: PYRAMIO II-I D10-43 4
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/mZWxxar.jpg
Distance from Sol: 6293 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F2 VI

Planet name: PYRAMIO RA-I C25-5 1
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/0jEmkNf.jpg
Distance from Sol: 6512 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K9 VA

Planet name: PYRAMIO UU-E D12-22 4
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/AC50i6e.jpg
Distance from Sol: 6541 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F3 VB

Planet name: DRYAA PRI XQ-D D12-768 3
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/jiiCMlk.jpg
Distance from Sol: 21808 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G0 VAB

Planet name: WEPAI HB-X D1-1393 6
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/DCjgVCU.jpg
Distance from Sol: 23503 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F1 VI

Planet name: HYPIO PRI DG-O D6-623 5
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/o6dASYv.jpg
Distance from Sol: 25129 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: A5 VI

Planet name: JUENAE KB-X D1-8600 C 3
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/fBLTVdW.jpg
Distance from Sol: 26013 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K8 VA

Planet name: JUENAE KH-M D7-5715 B 6
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/M1ybWfk.jpg
Distance from Sol: 26534 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K3 VA

Planet name: JUENAE FE-B C710 3
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/aRZAuZo.jpg
Distance from Sol: 25876 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G6 VAB

Planet name: DRYAA PRI RI-T D3-3167 A 2
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/MNjOO7p.jpg
Distance from Sol: 21057 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F9 VI

Planet name: DRYAA FLYI XF-F D11-3101 A 2
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/IhvP5Wf.jpg
Distance from Sol: 19149 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F8 VI

Planet name: EIDAILLS UN-P B10-3 2
Screenshots: http://i.imgur.com/dj2A8dt.jpg
Distance from Sol: 10702 ly
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: M9 VI
 
You can do as I did - since I was on my expedition when I was submitting my data here and could not see the distances to Sol, I simply calculated from the coordinates.
In his case, SIFI BV-T B18-0 is at -2001,269,620 which means the distance is sqrt(2001²+269²+620²)=2112.
That's a good method of giving an estimate, but it's not entirely accurate. I just flew to Sol to flesh the list out, and checked some of your estimated entries as well. The errors were +/- 1-5 ly. (For example, SLEGEAE BO-F D12-0 is 3658 ly away, you calculated 3663 ly.) That's plenty decent accuracy, mind you - but in the future, if I have to check distances myself, I'll do so by flying to Sol.
 
That's a good method of giving an estimate, but it's not entirely accurate. I just flew to Sol to flesh the list out, and checked some of your estimated entries as well. The errors were +/- 1-5 ly. (For example, SLEGEAE BO-F D12-0 is 3658 ly away, you calculated 3663 ly.) That's plenty decent accuracy, mind you - but in the future, if I have to check distances myself, I'll do so by flying to Sol.
The problem is with reading the coordinates accurately. The method is 100% accurate if you can do that.
 
Ok, I'm back...


Here's a few more for the list.

Format for these is :

System name
LY from SOL
Star type


Freckia jw-e d11-1
64330.6
A8 VB

Myeia thaa gv-x c14-0 a 1
64882.7
K4 VA,L1 V

Chao eurl ud-k d8-1 3
61183.83
F4 VB

Rhooloea qa-u d4-1 2
60873
G9 VA

Rhooloea wi-r c21-0 d 4
61380.58
K2 VAB,M8 VA,M2 VA,M6 VA

Pyraea thae og-n c20-0 a 1
60304.29
K2 VAB,M3 VA

Ooctarn oj-i d9-5 3
60239.41
F6 VB

Cho theia jc-d d12-5 4
59327.8
F4 VB

Strieche wq-w c18-26 a 4
48817.69
K4 VAB,M2 VA

Hyuqia wp-p d5-32 5
35359.07
A8 VB

Aemonz lq-p d5-954 a 5
34389.53
A9 VB,K3 VAB,M1 VA

Chraisiae dq-v d3-696 a 7
31332.84
G4 VAB,M5 VA

Byoomu hb-f d11-676 c 7
26029.82
Neutron star,T1 V,L5 V

Hypio pri iz-m d8-5633 4
25333.2
A9 VI

Pythaics gc-m d7-226 a 5
20501.15
Neutron star,M6 VA

Mynoaw ei-j d9-2177 4
19330.38
F2 VB

Plio aihm hl-p d5-37 b 4
9892.14
F1 VI,K8 VA


A couple of interesting ones there. One orbiting a neutron star,which seems pretty unlikely and another orbiting a red dwarf which is in turn orbiting a neutron star.

All are first discovered by me. :)


While i will get around to posting individual screenshot links for these,I'm not going to do it right now. I've not had to type so many random characters so many times since my days of training in Morse code.

So for now,a general link to my Elite screenshot folder will have to do.

All pics are here :

http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198007708415/screenshots/?appid=sc_282967&sort=newestfirst&browsefilter=myfiles&view=imagewall

 
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Ok, I'm back...
Welcome back, and thanks for all your submissions!

I've not had to type so many random characters so many times since my days of training in Morse code.
Lately, I've been using EDDiscovery and I just copy-paste from that. Much less chance of a typo getting through that way.

The problem is with reading the coordinates accurately. The method is 100% accurate if you can do that.
Well, yes, the simple geometric calculation would be 100% accurate if you knew all the coordinates with no error. However, there are two sources of error in our case:
- "human" error for reading the sector numbers (let's be a bit optimistic and say it's +/- 1 for every coordinate each)
- the systems are not at the grid points, true coordinates almost always have decimals (bit hard to estimate, but let's say it's +/- 0.25)
However, even with the error propagation, this still gives very good accuracy: the relative error is below 1%. So, I'm fine with people giving me distances that they calculated, but if they didn't, then I'll still use the more precise method of just flying to Sol and checking distances there.
 
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Found a nice system with two planets suitable for terra forming and one planet that was earth like (COL 359 SECTOR LI-J D9-4). Didn't get a snap shot, and can't seem to get my start map to go to it when I try and do search. Anybody else have this issue with the search feature on the star map?
 
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Name			#ID	Dist	Star type(other stars)(*)
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SYNUEFAI OE-F D12-12	2	672	G7Va
HIP 108743		B 7	1469	M1Va(+K2V)
HIP 108743		B 8	1469	M1Va(+K2V)
GRU EOP EX-F C13-10	3	7621	K1Va
GRU EOP RA-L D9-8	A 4	8129	F1VI(+M5Va)
PYRALAEI JC-S D5-2	C 6	10903	K7Va(+G3Vab+M2Va+M6Va)
PYRALAEI VF-L D9-65	4	11242	F9VI
PYRALAEI -H D11-110	4	11475	A8Vb
PYRALAEI -H D11-111	A 4	11489	F5Vb(+K3Vab)
PRAEI PHLAI VI-K D8-224	B 7	14632	M0Va(+A5Vb)
NYEAJIE XL-J D10-122	C 4	13192	K7Va(+F5Vab+G4Vb)
ELLAIWSY IL-Y D120	5	15473	A7Vb
ELLAIWSY IL-Y D24	A 3	15464	G2Vab(+G9Va)
PRAEI PHLAI JJ-X C28-44	2	15286	G2Vab
BYOOE AEB NY-R D4-56	BC 8	20407	K5Va+M6Va(+A6VI)
PRAEI AIL XB-K C9-17	1	16801	K2Va
PRIELEAE ZU-E C12-11	6	12791	G7Vab
* K5Va+M6Va(+A6VI) => The EL orbits the K & M stars together. There's also an A-class star in the system.

Coordinates (Approx. +-1LY from real position)
Code:
SYNUEFAI OE-F D12-12	-538	-404	16
HIP 108743		-1329	-595	195
GRU EOP EX-F C13-10	-6830	-340	3365
GRU EOP RA-L D9-8	-7267	-117	3642
PYRALAEI JC-S D5-2	-9214	-114	5828
PYRALAEI VF-L D9-65	-9414	-48	6146
PYRALAEI -H D11-110	-9550	-72	6360
PYRALAEI -H D11-111	-9560	-69	6370
PRAEI PHLAI VI-K D8-224	-11780	82	8680
NYEAJIE XL-J D10-122	-10826	-83	7536
ELLAIWSY IL-Y D120	-12350	132	9320
ELLAIWSY IL-Y D24	-12352	119	9302
PRAEI PHLAI JJ-X C28-44	-12249	-4	9145
BYOOE AEB NY-R D4-56	-15314	351	13483
PRAEI AIL XB-K C9-17	-12786	355	10893
PRIELEAE ZU-E C12-11	-9624	373	8418

1EL each except for HIP 108743

Screenshots :

SYNUEFAI OE-F D12-12


HIP 108743 (2ELs)



GRU EOP EX-F C13-10


GRU EOP RA-L D9-8


PYRALAEI JC-S D5-2


PYRALAEI VF-L D9-65


PYRALAEI -H D11-110


PYRALAEI -H D11-111


PRAEI PHLAI VI-K D8-224


NYEAJIE XL-J D10-122


ELLAIWSY IL-Y D120


ELLAIWSY IL-Y D24


PRAEI PHLAI JJ-X C28-44


BYOOE AEB NY-R D4-56


PRAEI AIL XB-K C9-17


PRIELEAE ZU-E C12-11


Edit :

Updating my V1 finds :

COL 359 SECTOR UM-U C3-15

Orbiting star(s) type : M1Va
Multiple stars? : N
Procedural star? : Y
Ringed EL? : N
Dist from Sol : 338.09
COORDS : -175 -90 275


PLAA THUA DN-B D13-11

Orbiting star(s) type : A9VI
Multiple stars? : N
Procedural star? : Y
Ringed EL? : N
Dist from Sol : 2462.49
COORDS : 57 65 -2461


GLUDGAA GB-F D11-39

Orbiting star(s) type : F9Vb(+M0Va)
Multiple stars? : Y
Procedural star? : Y
Ringed EL? : N
Dist from Sol : 3945.26
COORDS : -317 91 -3932


NGC 1960 SAB 32

Orbiting star(s) type : F4VI(+A5V)
Multiple stars? : Y
Procedural star? : N
Ringed EL? : N
Dist from Sol : 4329.02
COORDS : -415 79 -4308
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An extra TWO:

COL 285 SECTOR GI-J C9-26
NB of EL : 1
Orbiting star(s) type : K0Vab(+M7Va)
Multiple stars? : Y
Procedural star? : Y
Ringed EL? : N
Dist from Sol : 290.29
COORDS : -277 -82 29
Discoverd by _HONK_

There is also this one, unfortunately i dont have all the data yet - Edit : yes, i have, fortunately it wasnt too far from the previous one.

COL 285 SECTOR SZ-P D5-68
NB of EL : 1
Orbiting star(s) type : F6Vb+K4Va(+G8Vab)
Multiple stars? : Y
Procedural star? : Y
Ringed EL? : N
Dist from Sol : 348.05
COORDS : -324 -26 125
Discovered by : SIK
 
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Found a nice system with two planets suitable for terra forming and one planet that was earth like (COL 359 SECTOR LI-J D9-4). Didn't get a snap shot, and can't seem to get my start map to go to it when I try and do search. Anybody else have this issue with the search feature on the star map?
Yes, unfortunately. It's a known bug that has been around for quite a while. The best you can do is enter the sector name and go there, and then try to search for the system with your Mk I Eyeballs. There is a method to the sector designations (the LI-J part in yours), so if you can find something with similar letters (like LH-J), then you should be able to find your system nearby. It's a pain to do, though.

Also, @ nicomak: thanks a bunch for submitting more info on your earlier finds as well! The new ones should be in the list shortly. For the two extra ones at the end of your posts, could you provide some screenshots as well please?

Update: thanks!
 
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Yes, unfortunately. It's a known bug that has been around for quite a while. The best you can do is enter the sector name and go there, and then try to search for the system with your Mk I Eyeballs. There is a method to the sector designations (the LI-J part in yours), so if you can find something with similar letters (like LH-J), then you should be able to find your system nearby. It's a pain to do, though.

Also, @ nicomak: thanks a bunch for submitting more info on your earlier finds as well! The new ones should be in the list shortly. For the two extra ones at the end of your posts, could you provide some screenshots as well please?
Done.


The "LH-J" part is somewhat in an alphabetical order(starting from the last letter).

For instance
HK-U ... IK-U ... JK-U ....

But it's not as helpful as one would like.

Around -650 -20 940 there is col 359 sector LI-J B38-6.

It would be better if it was "Col 359 sector LI-J D#-#" though
Since it's a 'b' it could be completely elsewhere in the sector.

Near -490 -22 900 there is Col 359 sector KI-J D### but then you meet the B133 and ic 1287 sectors and the series stops then starts somewhere else i suppose.
Though you find the col 359 sector back, and Col 359 sector NI-J D### near -270 27 880
...

A mess!
 
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Great work @marx in continuing to maintain the list started by Glyn-ie. I'm always hoping the developers occasionally look through the list thinking 'This world would be a good place for event X' or 'This world is ideal for faction Y to colonise'.
Here are the 22 Earth-likes I discovered on my journey back from Sgr A* in my Federal Dropship, the 'Hippogriff'. Once the search in the galaxy map is working properly, I will also have another to add that I found shortly after making my previous submission to Glyn-ie's list whilst flying my Diamondback Scout, the 'Head in the Clouds'.
Where there are multiple stars in a system, I give all their spectral types and highlight the Earth-like's host like <this>. Where I remembered to take screenshots, I also provide the base value of the exploration data for each planet (this does not include the first discovery bonus). Given the number of screenshots that would otherwise be involved, I am only posting the system data screenshots (I did consider posting them all but it would have been about 16MB and I'm not sure what the limit is for a single post).
Cmdr Name: Edelgard von Rhein
**
Some quick statistics:
host star spectral types:
A: 2
F: 5
G: 3
K: 10
M: 2
heaviest: 2.1708 Earth masses (CROOKEOU FQ-O d6-104 A 8)
lightest: 0.2760 Earth masses (OOSCS AOB QQ-G c26-12 7)
shortest orbital period: 17.1 days (BYOO AIRG FZ-M b21-83 2)
longest orbital period: 2563.2 days (ZUNOAE ZJ-A d5501 A 6)
most valuable scan: 63149 credits (CROOKEOU FQ-O d6-104 A 8)
least valuable scan: 51501 credits (OEPHAIF HM-L d8-582 A3)
**
Planet name: MYRIESLY PZ-N c20-150 5
Screenshots:
Myriesly PZ-N c20-150 5 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 25441 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K0 VAB
Exploration Value: 61620
additional note: to find this star when searching, miss out the 0 from 150. If the name is entered in full, the search instead returns MYRIESLY PZ-N c20-1500.
**
Planet name: ZUNOU VH-Y c28-5133 A 2
Screenshots:
Zunou VH-Y c28-5133 A 2 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 24593 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: <G4 VAB>, M5 VA
Exploration Value: 59586
**
Planet name: ZUNOAE AP-H c10-8428 A 7
Screenshots:
Zunoae AP-H c10-8428 A 7 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 23924 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: <K0 VAB>, K6 VA
Exploration Value: 54730
**
Planet name: ZUNOAE ZJ-A d5501 A 6
Screenshots:
Zunoae ZJ-A d5501 A 6 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 23594 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: <F4 VB>, K0 VAB
Exploration Value: 59112
**
Planet name: HYPOU AOSCS EV-B c27-8046 B 1
Screenshots:
Hypou Aoscs EV-B c27-8046 B 1 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 23478 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K8 VA, <M7 VA>
Exploration Value: 60127
**
Planet name: DUMBAA PS-R c18-1220 B 1
Screenshots:
Dumbaa PS-R c18-1220 B 1 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 23182 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G7 VAB, <K8 VA>, K7 VA
Exploration Value: 58716
additional note: planet B3 is an Ammonia World
**
Planet name: DUMBAA PS-R c18-2660 6
Screenshots:
Dumbaa PS-R c18-2660 6 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 23176 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K7 VA
Exploration Value: 60482
additional note: closest star system to neutron star nebula DUMBAA XJ-R e4-5596
**
Planet name: EOR FREE RE-H d10-6261 A 2
Screenshots:
Eor Free RE-H d10-6261 A 2 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 21616 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: <F4 VB>, G4 VAB, M1 VA, M0 VA
**
Planet name: OGAICY CU-R d4-2966 4
Screenshots:
Ogaicy CU-R d4-2966 4 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 21384 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F0 VZ
**
Planet name: OGAICY XN-T d3-7667 6
Screenshots:
Ogaicy XN-T d3-7667 6 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 21340 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: A9 VB
Exploration Value: 62099
additional note: planet 8 is an Ammonia World
**
Planet name: OOSCS AOB QQ-G c26-12 7
Screenshots:
Ooscs Aob QQ-G c26-12 7 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 20271 LY
Host star spectral type: K7 VA
**
Planet name: OOSCS AOB LY-P d6-152 B 8
Screenshots:
Ooscs Aob LY-P d6-152 B 8 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 19976 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: A4 VI, <K2 VA>
Exploration Value: 59274
**
Planet name: OOSCS AOB WF-V d3-358 B3
Screenshots:
Ooscs Aob WF-V d3-358 B 3 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 19905 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: A8 VB, <K2 VAB>
Exploration Value: 61881
**
Planet name: OEPHAIF HM-L d8-582 A3
Screenshots:
Oephaif HM-L d8-582 A 3 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 20638 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: <G0 VAB>, G7 VA
Exploration Value: 51501
**
Planet name: OEPHAIF YD-B d263 3
Screenshots:
Oephaif YD-B d263 3 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 20023 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G1 VAB
Exploration Value: 61931
**
Planet name: EEPHAILLS NM-C d4783 5
Screenshots:
Eephaills NM-C d4783 5 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 19906 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: F0 VAB
additional note: ringed Earth-like world
**
Planet name: BOEKH MQ-F c27-148 1
Screenshots:
Boekh MQ-F c27-148 1 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 19838 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K1 VAB
**
Planet name: BYOO AIRG FZ-M b21-83 2
Screenshots:
Byoo Airg FZ-M b21-83 2 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 19711 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: M6 VA
additional note: planet 4 is an Ammonia World
**
Planet name: BYA AIL AF-H d10-986 8
Screenshots:
Bya Ail AF-H d10-986 8 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 20211 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: A4 VI
Exploration Value: 59463
**
Planet name: DRYAEA FLEE RR-K c9-64 10
Screenshots:
Dryaea Flee RR-K c9-64 10 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 21961 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: K0 VAB
Exploration Value: 62671
additional notes: located just within the borders of nebula DRYAEA FLEE AA-A H10; binary companion is a terraformable water world
**
Planet name: CROOKEOU FQ-O d6-104 A 8
Screenshots:
Crookeou FQ-O d6-104 A 8 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 16222 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: <F0 VB>, M1 VA, M6 VA, L3 V
Exploration Value: 63149
**
Planet name: EODGOSLY BY-O c7-0 C 3
Screenshots:
Eodgosly BY-O c7-0 C 3 data.jpg
Distance from Sol: 14895 LY
Exact type of star(s) the planet is orbiting: G9 VAB, K7 VA, <K2 VA>
Exploration Value: 61232
 

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Tutorial & Guide Writer
WOW. Nice thread. Rep +1.
Nice to see you took the idea of glynie one step further. I like the screenshots section for proof ;-)

I've added it to EDCodex. Also created a post in my third party tools thread- the info in EDCodex is more elaborate.
Before EDCodex will be released you (like all other authors) with tools/threads in EDCodex (approx 150 atm) will receive an invitation PM with a ready made account so you can edit/enhance your entry/entries - if you deem that useful. EDCodex is being coded by biobob.

Update: Edcodex has been publicly released on the 17th of August 2015.
Release thread: EDCodex. The complete list of third-party tools for Elite Dangerous - Community driven
Website: edcodex.info

As the update says: edcodex.info is live.
Entry: List of Earth-like planets, v2 -- with google spreadsheet
 
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