List of Earth-like worlds, v2

@ Poseidal: Thanks, and welcome back! While you're here, would you mind posting a screenshot for 2MASS J02341398+6148065 4? There are binary ELW-s in that system you've discovered, and there was a screenie for only one of them back then. We have separate entries for all planets now (not just one per system).

Same goes for Evoflash: one of your systems, HYPO AUF VX-L D7-959, has two Earth-likes but only one screenshot. Would you mind posting one of the other planet too?
Also, welcome back and thanks for using the spreadsheet format! Looks like you've been adding to it while you were exploring. In the future, you'll probably want to use the new format, but I'll look up the star types and add them of course - no need for you to edit this now.

Oh, and EOR AOC KX-U D2-4473's screenshot is actually a duplicate of NGC 6200 Sector TK-C B14-8. Could you fix this please?
No problem, will fix tomorrow when I'm at the helm. Thanks for the efforts to date!
 
@ Poseidal: Impressive! It's been quite some time since we've had any new Earth-likes that close. As it stands, this pair is the second-closest binary pair of Earth-likes now, only Pegasi Sector ZU-Y d59 is closer (175 ly).

@ Edelgard von Rhein: Yep, and mass code B systems (Swoiwns AH-Y b6-4) are quite rare too. Also, I didn't know you got a bonus for carrying secretive passengers and not being scanned. I just carried one home too, only to be scanned as I was coming in to land, and the passenger turning "miserable". Welp. Thankfully, that didn't mean a payment decrease from the original reward, but now I wonder how much I might have lost with this. Do you happen to remember how big your bonus was?
 
My return date will be May 22nd. (will make this trip 18 months to the day). I have 71 1st discovery's so far. my goal is 100. I should be able to blow that away.
But when it gets down to it; Marx I'm going to need some advice on how to post all my data for your records.
I'm a bit confused and unsure what to do.
There's still ~ 6 months to go though.. things might change.

Signing off.
CMDR Tootiny
 
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@ Poseidal: Impressive! It's been quite some time since we've had any new Earth-likes that close. As it stands, this pair is the second-closest binary pair of Earth-likes now, only Pegasi Sector ZU-Y d59 is closer (175 ly).

@ Edelgard von Rhein: Yep, and mass code B systems (Swoiwns AH-Y b6-4) are quite rare too. Also, I didn't know you got a bonus for carrying secretive passengers and not being scanned. I just carried one home too, only to be scanned as I was coming in to land, and the passenger turning "miserable". Welp. Thankfully, that didn't mean a payment decrease from the original reward, but now I wonder how much I might have lost with this. Do you happen to remember how big your bonus was?
The base contract was for 5.5MCr and I got 6.2MCr after returning my passenger home. This is the first secretive passenger I've had (I do not take the numerous criminal masterminds and wanted passengers), so I don't know if this is representative but it wouldn't surprise me if they are typically in the region of 10%. She was also averse to danger and I came home without either hull or module damage, so that might have had an effect - though it was nearly a different story as getting my Federal Dropship through the airlock cold and fast was tricky!
 
Trying to catch up with the paper work! Here's a batch from a couple of trips I did shortly after Engineers was released, also some previously tagged ELWs.

System namePlanet IDDateXYZDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsLandable moon?Screenshot URLNotes
Groeg GG-Y d1918/05/16-1,178.50000-18.34375-11,224.4687511286.18AllitnilA9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/38OcrV4.jpg
Hypoae Aewsy LF-A c0AB 619/05/16-4,655.1875022.68750-8,717.656259882.75AllitnilK2 VA, M6 VA, K8 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/mMwJUDL.jpg
Groek YW-E c11-0401/06/168,753.28125-4.90625-10,799.4375013901.36AllitnilK9 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/2yurI61.jpg
Dryeae Aescs IW-E d11-0B 201/06/1613,734.46875-13.00000-11,575.3125017961.73AllitnilF7 VB, K6 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/s3f2rz4.jpg
Jongai IL-E c25-0102/06/1621,649.12500-5.87500-8,911.3130023411.45AllitnilK2 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/wTdlf9A.jpg
Dryeae Aec JL-P d5-0A 202/06/1623,865.18750-13.18750-12,025.8437526723.93AllitnilG0 VAB, K8 VAN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/ab1axpo.jpg
Dryeae Aec NM-W d1-2302/06/1623,446.5937523.03125-12,399.8750026523.58AllitnilF5 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/Vkd5Vd8.jpg
Dryeae Aec QS-U d2-0402/06/1623,360.84375-9.1562512,340.6562526420.09AllitnilF6 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/bDxHnEe.jpg
Aidoy HH-U c16-0AB 807/06/1618,381.96875-23.84375-14,389.4062523344.21AllitnilK0 VAB, M0 VA, M0 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/g4514ut.jpg
Hypi Euq YQ-C c26-0B 307/06/1614,673.25000-3.46875-15,275.0625021180.93AllitnilG6 VAB, M1 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/tNkq77i.jpg
Hypi Euq KI-B d13-2B 307/06/1614,550.93750-21.25000-15,240.0625021071.06AllitnilA7 VAB, F5 VBN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/f1Bgzic.jpg
Aidomt MA-A d2307/06/1613,722.03125-23.78125-15,094.5312520399.50AllitnilF7 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/rohNBBI.jpg
Hypoea Drye JC-B d1-0BCD 207/06/1612,183.34375-103.71875-16,344.7812520386.18AllitnilA4 VI, G1 VB, M1 VA, L4 VN0http://i.imgur.com/7YskTA4.jpg
Hypoea Drye GC-B d1-0B 307/06/1611,938.46875-104.28125-16,336.5312520234.13AllitnilA8 VB, G0 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/4YaLegY.jpg
Lyevsky HI-B d13-0207/06/1611,727.4687512.25000-16,562.7187520294.27AllitnilG4 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/fbsJ1UL.jpg
Lyed XO-Z d13-1407/06/1611,379.96875-23.06250-16,488.7187520034.52AllitnilF2 VBN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/Knp0bNp.jpg
Leech ZJ-X c28-0A 308/06/1611,417.84375-23.68750-15,179.5625018994.39AllitnilG3 VAB, G6 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/YZrwSFj.jpg
Aidoms BB-W c15-0208/06/169,339.93750-21.09375-14,463.5937517217.15AllitnilK1 VABN1Nhttp://i.imgur.com/92Z0nDI.jpg
Oochoxt QC-M c10-3908/06/161,413.90625-122.71875-1,888.125002362.03AllitnilG9 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/wovRhmN.jpg
Flyooe Dryeia SB-J d10-1A 613/06/16-50.93750-1,500.28125-113.500001505.43AllitnilF6 VB, K4 VA, M8 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/sqCRWjH.jpg
Blu Thua CW-N d6-8114/06/1696.90625108.562502,089.812502094.87AllitnilG0 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/jxmDtgE.jpg
Blu Euq UB-J c23-2B 214/06/16353.34375238.406255,068.531255086.42AllitnilK0 VAB, M7 VAN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/6dB4Zxw.jpgvery close landable moon
Pueloe JK-D c26-7A 615/06/16300.90625148.0625014,157.9687514161.94AllitnilK3 VA, M7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/M9xUk6z.jpg
Ogairy LE-Y c14-1678815/06/1685.9375087.1250020,089.3125020089.69AllitnilK6 VAN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/HBnC5UM.jpg
Shrogea RU-G d10-6837C 415/06/1661.8750094.2812521,622.9062521623.20AllitnilG2 VAB, K9 VA, G5 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/6P4lokh.jpg
Phroi Pra HC-L c24-103A 716/06/16-1,025.90625-1,520.5625026,869.6562526932.19AllitnilK0 VAB, M2 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/HVIz8MA.jpg
Agnairt ZQ-B d14-2613B 417/06/16-9,220.09375-397.2187523,199.6875024967.85AllitnilF4 VB, K1 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/QXyv7bJ.jpg
Agnairt EU-Q c21-2396A 917/06/16-9,475.68750-184.5937522,934.1875024815.31AllitnilK1 VAB, M4 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/tFmlDok.jpg
Eephaik AZ-T b48-2718/06/16-11,778.96875-488.0312517,910.1562521441.92AllitnilM2 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/NfndaVq.jpgin binary orbit with a water based life gas giant
Eephaik ER-D d12-135B 118/06/16-12,052.12500-1,019.5000017,970.5000021661.76AllitnilNeutron Star, M0 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/MFbp06Q.jpg
Eephaik AF-Z c16-99B 619/06/16-12,619.59375-259.9687517,607.9062521664.72AllitnilM1 VA, M5 VA, M7 VA, T1 VN0http://i.imgur.com/1Z4HgTE.jpg
Eephaik JC-M c23-11119/06/16-12,657.28125-407.9062517,876.9375021907.94AllitnilK2 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/G7lOvXF.jpg
Eephaik OD-S d4-56A 320/06/16-12,494.65625-844.5625017,288.5000021347.65AllitnilG4 VAB, K3 VABY0http://i.imgur.com/DxbEIXI.jpg
Eephaik PH-C d639A 620/06/16-11,813.78125-293.0625016,927.0937520644.07AllitnilF6 VB, F7 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/7AjxMmS.jpg
Eephaik KS-A d14-792A 421/06/16-11,704.65625-772.0937518,072.1250021545.23AllitnilF3 VI, K6 VA, K9 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/aH01dsv.jpg
Eephaik CA-F c25-31221/06/16-11,641.53125-1,156.1875017,943.7812521420.58AllitnilK2 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/Uh6UerV.jpg
Eephaik MS-K d8-23C 721/06/16-12,211.09375-1,023.2187517,585.5312521433.82AllitnilF3 VI, M5 VA, K7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/UXmyF6M.jpgnon-binary pair
Eephaik MS-K d8-23C 921/06/16-12,211.09375-1,023.2187517,585.5312521433.82AllitnilF3 VI, M5 VA, K7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/JN50NM5.jpgnon-binary pair
Eephaik DW-M d7-176221/06/16-12,241.15625-837.0000017,511.5312521382.24AllitnilF1 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/11cIhBX.jpg
Eephaik AA-A e0B 521/06/16-12,861.09375-1,286.5625016,869.5625021251.94AllitnilNeutron Star, G8 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/DdWR1VS.jpg
Eephaik AA-A d26421/06/16-12,859.84375-1,285.6250016,881.9687521260.98AllitnilA9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/prCOvFh.jpg
Eephaik BA-A d6221/06/16-12,771.43750-1,255.1562516,927.6562521242.19AllitnilF9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/N0dRvBh.jpg
Eephaik IO-Z d13-13B 222/06/16-12,813.50000-1,290.7187518,069.9375022189.51AllitnilNeutron Star, M4 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/uYTf08V.jpg
Boekh RR-N c9-301822/06/16-11,287.87500-176.1562515,986.8750019571.08AllitnilK1 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/5glV58z.jpg
Pru Euq XO-X c28-18C 123/06/16-78.5937546.375001,484.218751487.02AllitnilK8 VA, M3 VA, M9 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/tNXR6GS.jpg
Angosk BQ-P d5-1A 603/06/1622,117.4375068.40625-13,366.9062525842.99TurambarAllitnilF9 VI, K9 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/3QHK1bB.jpg
Dryio Phio EY-F d12-2414/09/161,885.12500-35.43750-8,961.562509157.76ZorkinAllitnilA9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/KWVnNl0.jpg
Eol Hypue EW-P c8-0513/10/1621,540.87500-99.68750-13,501.5937525422.67TurambarAllitnilK9 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/AsZmB7O.jpg
Aidomt WJ-I d9-3212/11/1613,412.68750-21.15625-14,311.5625019614.32OMG A DictatorAllitnilG8 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/yX344pK.jpg
Spliehm FZ-S d3-5A 613/11/1615,217.50000-24.12500-13,483.7500020331.86ItihiAllitnilF5 VAB, K7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/Ak8sEOZ.jpg
HIP 5390717/11/16-41.93750-583.21875-85.15625590.89ResentinaAllitnilF3 VY0http://i.imgur.com/YwUxAIU.jpgNon-procedural system
Praea Euq HJ-G d11-16923/11/1673.53125680.093751,229.468751406.96BHMAllitnilF0 VIN1Nhttp://i.imgur.com/Mot7izv.jpg

HIP 5390 is a ringed ELW not far below the Bubble. I stumbled across it in beta where it was untagged but little hope of it being so for real :)

Pru Euq XO-X c28-18 was a bit weird as two CMDRs had tagged the main stars but both had left the ELW untouched!
 
Ok, I've just returned from the Hawkin's Gap search area (which isn't actually in the Hawkin's gap as the community have named and marked it) and here are a the ELWs I found on the trip.

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeFirst starELW is orbiting star(s) typeOne primary star?Ringed EL?MoonsScreenshot URLNotes
Phylurn GL-B c27-364632ChiffaSpock OddsocksK5 VAK5 VAK5 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/secjzV2.jpg
Byoi Thae OI-A d14-27A 96384Spock OddsocksF5 VAB, K3 VA, L3 VF5 VABF5 VABNoNo1http://i.imgur.com/BY2kOSj.jpg
Plaa Aec UB-K c22-4110955Spock OddsocksK2 VAK2 VAK2 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/H0w2vDB.jpgIn the Hawkin'g Gap CG search radius
Plaa Aec UB-K c22-4310955Spock OddsocksK2 VAK2 VAK2 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/XtZYz4I.jpgIn the Hawkin'g Gap CG search radius
Plaa Aec XA-F d11-3110976Spock OddsocksF8 VAB, M7 VAF8 VABF8 VABNoNo0http://i.imgur.com/1enFJwx.jpgIn the Hawkin'g Gap CG search radius
Plaa Aec TG-K c22-1110956Spock OddsocksK3 VABK3 VABK3 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/AX92PMh.jpgIn the Hawkin'g Gap CG search radius
Blaa Eork JC-B d1-58CD 32530Spock OddsocksF0 VAB, A8 VI, M0 VA, M5 VAF0 VABM0 VA, M4 VANoNo1http://i.imgur.com/wqfhLul.jpgLandable moon

Question about atmospheres and temperature - is a 5% water content and a higher oxygen content in the atmosphere enough to significantly increase a planet's temperature? I only ask because of Plaa Aec UB-K c22-4.


As you can see, planet 1 is 260K (equal to the lowest temperature for an ELW on record as far as I'm aware). Yet, planet 3 is 120ls further out, has a lower density atmosphere, but is 310K - a whole 50 degrees warmer! The ony other possible factors are the silicate magma (unsure if this could affect the temperature) and the binary partner (something related to tidal effects, but not sure this could be significant if even at all contributary).

Another strange thing was that only 3 systems later I found another ELW with a temperature of 260K:

 
I found these whilst plotting a Buckyball route to Sag A* and I didn't have a DSS equipped, hence only basic scans.

System namePlanet IDDateXYZDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsLandable moon?Screenshot URLNotes
Pueloe TX-O b33-5A 524/06/16115.2500015.5937513,748.5312513749.02AllitnilM4 VA, M8 VA, L2 V, T8 VN0http://i.imgur.com/cwj4b8W.jpgnon-binary pair
Pueloe TX-O b33-5A 624/06/16115.2500015.5937513,748.5312513749.02AllitnilM4 VA, M8 VA, L2 V, T8 VN0http://i.imgur.com/TKPjBw9.jpgnon-binary pair
Hypio Pri ZL-T d4-7319A 926/06/16226.71875-277.2812524,942.1250024944.70AllitnilF9 VB, K7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/ls7GwuA.jpg
Hypio Pri MK-S c6-2523226/06/16260.46875-279.8125024,828.8437524831.79AllitnilG8 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/v5rOP5m.jpg
Hypio Pri AS-X c3-519326/06/16273.03125-290.2500024,712.0625024715.28AllitnilG6 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/Lxz1blZ.jpg
Athaip SK-M d8-3967AB 726/06/16422.87500-332.1875022,714.6562522721.02AllitnilF4 VB, K3 VAB, M2 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/U5wcOkk.jpg
Boeft RV-B d14-2612226/06/16567.46875-303.2500016,800.0312516812.35AllitnilG6 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/w9rLe08.jpg
 
Ok, I've just returned from the Hawkin's Gap search area (which isn't actually in the Hawkin's gap as the community have named and marked it) and here are a the ELWs I found on the trip.

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeFirst starELW is orbiting star(s) typeOne primary star?Ringed EL?MoonsScreenshot URLNotes
Phylurn GL-B c27-364632ChiffaSpock OddsocksK5 VAK5 VAK5 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/secjzV2.jpg
Byoi Thae OI-A d14-27A 96384Spock OddsocksF5 VAB, K3 VA, L3 VF5 VABF5 VABNoNo1http://i.imgur.com/BY2kOSj.jpg
Plaa Aec UB-K c22-4110955Spock OddsocksK2 VAK2 VAK2 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/H0w2vDB.jpgIn the Hawkin'g Gap CG search radius
Plaa Aec UB-K c22-4310955Spock OddsocksK2 VAK2 VAK2 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/XtZYz4I.jpgIn the Hawkin'g Gap CG search radius
Plaa Aec XA-F d11-3110976Spock OddsocksF8 VAB, M7 VAF8 VABF8 VABNoNo0http://i.imgur.com/1enFJwx.jpgIn the Hawkin'g Gap CG search radius
Plaa Aec TG-K c22-1110956Spock OddsocksK3 VABK3 VABK3 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/AX92PMh.jpgIn the Hawkin'g Gap CG search radius
Blaa Eork JC-B d1-58CD 32530Spock OddsocksF0 VAB, A8 VI, M0 VA, M5 VAF0 VABM0 VA, M4 VANoNo1http://i.imgur.com/wqfhLul.jpgLandable moon

Question about atmospheres and temperature - is a 5% water content and a higher oxygen content in the atmosphere enough to significantly increase a planet's temperature? I only ask because of Plaa Aec UB-K c22-4.


As you can see, planet 1 is 260K (equal to the lowest temperature for an ELW on record as far as I'm aware). Yet, planet 3 is 120ls further out, has a lower density atmosphere, but is 310K - a whole 50 degrees warmer! The ony other possible factors are the silicate magma (unsure if this could affect the temperature) and the binary partner (something related to tidal effects, but not sure this could be significant if even at all contributary).

Another strange thing was that only 3 systems later I found another ELW with a temperature of 260K:

Yup, water vapour is a potent greenhouse gas. There's only about 0.5% in our atmosphere.
 
First off: if you already have write access, you don't necessarily need to post all your stuff here, feel free to just insert your finds to the sheet. I plan on coming up with some solution so that anyone can submit their finds more directly, which will probably be a publicly writable sheet. You can also post your stuff here, of course. I originally asked for everything to be posted here because I wanted to have a backup of the data in case anything happened, but the list has grown so large now that recreating it from the forum posts would be something of a nightmare. So I just do backups elsewhere.

@ osser: Well, you've seen several examples above on how to put them into a spreadsheet form, but if you make your own spreadsheet file, that's perfectly fine for me. You can also post the relevant info in whatever format you wish too, but depending on it, it might take considerably longer for me to add them to the list. Like I mentioned above, I plan on making a publicly writable list too, so that might be an option in the future: if you plan on getting back in six months, it'll probably be best to wait till then though. In the meantime, just note down the distances to Sol and the exact star types in the system.

@ SpocksOddSocks: yep, that's an excellent example of the power of greenhouse gases. Water vapour is interesting because it's not only a greenhouse gas, but it also amplifies the effects of carbon dioxide too. I wonder whether FD model this, and whether the planet also has CO[SUB]2[/SUB] in its atmosphere. (I'm fairly certain that the game generates more than three atmospheric components, and just lists the three highest percentages. However, the journal files shed no light on this, as they don't store atmospheric composition - yet?)

Also, shouldn't the name of the place also be Hawking's Gap? But yeah, that search area wasn't really in it. I suppose FD just wanted to go with a name from the GMP, and that was the closest.
 
Big batch this time! These are from a journey round the outer edge of the Perseus Arm and then part way up the Sagittarius Carina Arm before heading to Jaques. I wasn't specifically looking for ELWs, but with most of the systems near the edges being d-mass ones, there were a good number of ELWs. In total I found 120 on this trip.

nb: I'm posting them below but I've added them to the 'to verify' sheet as above. I've also added the co-ords to the co-ord sheet.

System namePlanet IDDateXYZDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeFirst StarELW is orbiting star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsLandable moon?Screenshot URLNotes
Hypiae Aihm YK-F c11-12A 601/07/161,564.21875106.62500-5,687.468755900AllitnilK4 VA, M2 VAK4 VAK4 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/VIFNEYn.jpg
Spaido WV-C c26-0A 202/07/166,975.3125016.96875-8,901.4375011309AllitnilK0 VA, K7 VA, L5 VK0 VAK0 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/Mjdgmuy.jpg
Dryau Aip CW-E d11-0C 303/07/1610,693.125004.90625-9,028.7500013995AllitnilF4 VB, K4 VAB, G8 VAF4 VBG8 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/zlAoPNL.jpg
Jongua JO-Z d13-0B103/07/1611,540.43750-22.34375-8,810.1250014519AllitnilF0 VI, K0 VABF0 VIK0 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/5BPqnGt.jpg
Phooe Aewsy TL-P c5-0104/07/1616,136.53125-23.84375-7,222.5000017679AllitnilK3 VAK3 VAK3 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/1oVtNUP.jpg
Phooe Aewsy UQ-G c10-0404/07/1616,436.218754.43750-7,007.7812517868AllitnilK9 VAK9 VAK9 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/CF0Mp22.jpg
Hypua Eaec UO-X d2-2305/07/1618,819.12500-104.75000-5,937.0000019734AllitnilF9 VBF9 VBF9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/uNRfCBm.jpg
Eadgosm IL-P d5-2605/07/1619,991.59375-24.68750-5,687.4687520785AllitnilA4 VIA4 VIA4 VIN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/9cZgsPS.jpg
Eadgosm GJ-B c13-0A 105/07/1620,266.87500-15.18750-5,601.0937521027AllitnilK2 VA, K9 VAK2 VAK2 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/fpS9Zg7.jpg
Riediae AM-J d10-1405/07/1621,442.71875-66.68750-5,240.6562522074AllitnilA9 VBA9 VBA9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/2ffstzw.jpg
Phae Aihm OM-W d1-0A 706/07/1622,188.31250-20.06250-4,744.8750022690AllitnilF6 VI, K6 VAF6 VIF6 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/ECQnPLf.jpg
Phrua Phio VZ-M d8-0B 707/07/1622,905.65625-104.87500-4,181.3437523284AllitnilA9 VI, F3 VIA9 VIF3 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/DNwUjzT.jpg
Gludgu DW-E d11-1407/07/1623,584.03125-2.84375-3,937.2500023910AllitnilF1 VBF1 VBF1 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/bO4xiKO.jpg
Gludgu MI-B d13-0B 207/07/1623,685.875000.68750-3,753.7500023981AllitnilA7 VB, G3 VABA7 VBG3 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/PiWRS9m.jpg
Fegoi IH-S d5-1B 508/07/1624,128.71875-48.59375-3,119.5625024330AllitnilF2 VAB, K7 VAF2 VABK7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/SmtRPYn.jpg
Iponch IX-L d7-0B 309/07/1624,436.906252.34375-2,955.6875024615AllitnilG5 VA, G3 VAB, M4 VAG5 VAG3 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/PZtNiDW.jpg
Euloss CH-S d5-1BC 109/07/1626,184.81250-45.78125-1,815.2812526248AllitnilA5 VB, K2 VA, M4 VAA5 VBK2 VA, M4 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/L6ht27B.jpg
Flyue Dryoae FW-C d1211/07/1627,571.90625-69.34375-995.7500027590AllitnilG0 VABG0 VABG0 VABN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/F6MGRGk.jpg
Hyuedeou AK-I d9-2411/07/1629,087.6250027.65625-212.9687529088AllitnilF8 VBF8 VBF8 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/xE9gzXU.jpgELW / WW binary pair and separate ELW
Hyuedeou AK-I d9-2511/07/1629,087.6250027.65625-212.9687529088AllitnilF8 VBF8 VBF8 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/Udc8vLM.jpgELW / WW binary pair and separate ELW
Plae Eur HC-D d12-0212/07/1629,939.12500-19.65625-21.3125029939AllitnilG7 VAG7 VAG7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/5hieDfM.jpg
Sidgooe JM-W d1-0413/07/1629,465.50000-10.65625384.8125029468AllitnilF1 VIF1 VIF1 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/Mkkq9Kk.jpg
Sidgooe VE-R c4-0113/07/1629,418.09375-20.46875420.9687529421AllitnilK7 VAK7 VAK7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/YPcmykN.jpg
Sidgooe SY-S d3-0A 713/07/1629,539.56250-12.21875542.7812529545AllitnilG0 VAB, M8 VAG0 VABG0 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/tkdsFaK.jpg
Gojoi XV-E d11-1315/07/1633,308.4062523.687503,739.0312533518AllitnilF3 VBF3 VBF3 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/vFfwnLf.jpg
Gojoi FI-B d13-1415/07/1633,304.31250-14.406253,904.8750033532AllitnilA7 VIA7 VIA7 VIN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/UZ5LfyX.jpg
Trailaea MG-Y c0115/07/1633,563.68750-5.687504,131.0625033817AllitnilK1 VABK1 VABK1 VABN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/4NLVwQs.jpg
Eonopr JI-Z d1-0A 415/07/1633,644.28125-41.656254,238.7187533910AllitnilF5 VB, K0 VAF5 VBF5 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/hAeAhUV.jpg
Trailaea IG-Y d0B 415/07/1633,579.2500018.312504,170.6562533837AllitnilF9 VB, K7 VA, M4 VAF9 VBK7 VAN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/sXwdbG8.jpg
Eonopr ZV-T d4-1616/07/1633,808.62500-149.375004,477.8750034104AllitnilA9 VIA9 VIA9 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/rg7qhoK.jpg
Eonopr PO-O d7-1416/07/1634,171.12500-128.312504,753.3750034500AllitnilF8 VBF8 VBF8 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/mVYpEcq.jpg
Blaei Euhm GI-B d13-0316/07/1634,672.68750-13.031255,224.8125035064AllitnilG1 VBG1 VBG1 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/Ge1sj9a.jpg
Qeaka VP-G d10-0117/07/1636,019.90625-17.250007,496.4687536792AllitnilF6 VBF6 VBF6 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/vukwtwr.jpg
Qeaka TU-G d10-0317/07/1636,028.0625057.531257,504.4062536801AllitnilF0 VBF0 VBF0 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/Vr0o3bB.jpg
Proa Phla JI-B d13-1AB 418/07/1637,511.2500012.937509,058.0312538589AllitnilF0 VI, A9 VI, K3 VA, Y3 VF0 VIF0 VI, A9 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/TF4gIE2.jpgClass Y star is orbiting stars AB
Plungaei IK-C d14-1AB 618/07/1637,381.71875-40.500009,142.5000038484AllitnilG3 VAB, M5 VA, G9 VAG3 VABG3 VAB, M5 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/JEvmUKk.jpg
Plue Aick ZE-R d4-1A 418/07/1637,462.21875-19.281259,642.8750038683AllitnilF1 VB, K3 VAF1 VBF1 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/dRmgVoz.jpg
Bliae Hypeia TI-Z d1-1519/07/1638,319.31250-92.5625011,913.6562540129AllitnilA7 VB, G3 VABA7 VBA7 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/gCv8IEW.jpg
Bloae Hypeia HI-Z d1-0419/07/1638,613.75000-43.5625011,899.5625040406AllitnilA9 VBA9 VBA9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/dYLWjqI.jpg
Bloae Hypeia LO-X d2-0A 519/07/1638,647.31250-88.3125012,019.5312540473AllitnilF0 VB, F7 VB, M0 VAF0 VBF0 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/jbT2ojs.jpg
Bloa Phla ZE-R d4-0A 519/07/1638,793.156251.1875012,164.8125040656AllitnilF8 VB, K9 VAF8 VBF8 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/RLx7an8.jpg
Bloa Phla GR-N d6-1B 219/07/1638,727.343755.6875012,295.8750040632AllitnilG6 VAB, K9 VAG6 VABK9 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/WQ41nIM.jpgalso Ammonia world
Bloa Phla TJ-I d9-1619/07/1638,759.53125-5.5625012,602.4687540757AllitnilF1 VBF1 VBF1 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/SN9o8IP.jpg
Bloa Phla PE-G c24-0A 219/07/1638,935.78125-23.1562512,777.1250040979AllitnilK2 VAB, K6 VAK2 VABK2 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/nzCMRpk.jpg
Bloa Aick UM-W d1-1120/07/1639,341.7187536.1562514,471.7187541919AllitnilG2 VABG2 VABG2 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/AFNflFy.jpg
Bloae Phroo UO-X d2-0320/07/1639,301.84375-30.5937514,545.1562541907AllitnilA7 VIA7 VIA7 VIN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/hYjfrXI.jpg
Droesky ZV-E d11-1421/07/1639,909.1562520.8125016,558.0000043208AllitnilF4 VBF4 VBF4 VBN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/4n4huJT.jpg
Ood Fleau WE-R d4-0121/07/1639,798.03125-14.1875017,294.5312543393AllitnilK2 VAK2 VAK2 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/lEktUxM.jpg
Oovsky Fruia ML-P d5-16 C26/07/1639,531.8125012.0312519,967.6250044288AllitnilA7 VI, Y4 VA7 VIY4 VY0http://i.imgur.com/Y3Iqk01.jpg'moon' of a class Y dwarf which orbits the A7
Oovsky Fruia AZ-S d3-0B 526/07/1639,139.65600-11.0000019,748.5310043840AllitnilF8 VB, M0 VAF8 VBM0 VAN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/cq3jSrN.jpg
Meamue GN-Q d6-0526/07/1639,038.31250-42.1250019,992.9687543860AllitnilF0 VBF0 VBF0 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/wlHiJrT.jpg
Oovsky Fruia GX-L c7-0527/07/1638,338.96875-1.3750019,755.6562543130AllitnilK7 VAK7 VAK7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/rGZ6b5S.jpg
Oovsky Fruia QY-S d3-1A 427/07/1638,335.25000-12.4062519,740.5312543119AllitnilA9 VI, G4 VABA9 VIA9 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/MI8RsHI.jpg
Eon Pre CB-U d4-1427/07/1638,056.28125-84.6562519,862.8750042928AllitnilA5 VIA5 VIA5 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/jnKNd0K.jpg
Ood Fruia ST-Z d13-0503/08/1638,027.2500068.7187520,625.3437543261AllitnilA9 VBA9 VBA9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/QVvyaf3.jpg
Ood Fruia JL-P d5-1203/08/1637,983.21875-6.9687519,904.5937542883AllitnilF8 VBF8 VBF8 VBN1Nhttp://i.imgur.com/5ATV7pR.jpg
Pyraneau MA-A d0504/08/1636,740.90625-21.2500018,145.7187540978AllitnilA8 VBA8 VBA8 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/XcDHDRr.jpg
Groa Eaeb EE-E d13-2205/08/1636,098.21875-33.6250016,747.4375039794AllitnilF2 VBF2 VBF2 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/oczlYcz.jpg
Byue Airgh HR-N d6-0505/08/1634,909.90625-15.9687516,137.9062538460AllitnilA6 VIA6 VIA6 VIN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/T6nDJII.jpg
Ausairg GR-N d6-0AB 406/08/1634,863.03125-18.0000014,904.1250037915AllitnilG7 VA, M0 VA, K5 VA, M5 VAG7 VAG7 VA, M0 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/HCfj0hR.jpg
Scroers ZM-Q d6-1206/08/1634,649.12500-38.1250014,902.0937537718AllitnilG5 VABG5 VABG5 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/ObL7qH2.jpg
Swaupy FL-P d5-1307/08/1633,825.9062525.8125013,499.6562536420AllitnilA9 VBA9 VBA9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/5DSDfxU.jpg
Swaupy FG-Y d0207/08/1633,300.68750-12.4687513,104.6562535786AllitnilF3 VIF3 VIF3 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/RNNOkH2.jpg
Swaupy AA-A d1A 107/08/1633,294.750001.0625013,092.8125035777AllitnilG0 VAB, K2 VABG0 VABG0 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/bON5baz.jpg
Blai Hypeia QK-C d14-0607/08/1632,906.65625-98.8437512,945.0312535361AllitnilF2 VBF2 VBF2 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/sDmWVXL.jpg
Synookie FC-D d12-1A 507/08/1632,408.46875-21.2500012,825.0000034854AllitnilF7 VB, K5 VAB, M5 VA, G8 VABF7 VBF7 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/dVb75fU.jpg
Eifaif AS-H d11-1408/08/1631,308.71875-93.6562511,431.7812533331AllitnilF4 VBF4 VBF4 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/Yghvw8X.jpg
Oodgonns HL-P d5-1308/08/1628,835.90625-24.3437510,945.7187530843AllitnilF6 VBF6 VBF6 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/3Eu7fbd.jpg
Prai Phio SV-T d4-0509/08/1628,105.50000-105.1562510,912.0312530150AllitnilF2 VBF2 VBF2 VBN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/V7AhV6r.jpg
Preou Aihm RR-N d6-1B 709/08/1628,041.25000-16.1250011,031.1875030133AllitnilF2 VB, K3 VAF2 VBK3 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/VYAFzGz.jpg
Bleou Aec GG-Y d1C 609/08/1628,279.2187510.0000011,857.6250030665AllitnilG0 VAB, M1 VA, K6 VA, M3 VAG0 VABK6 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/DEz2ogB.jpg
Bleou Aec KM-W d1-0209/08/1628,309.87500-7.7812511,921.3437530718AllitnilG5 VABG5 VABG5 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/3mThJ5B.jpg
Bleou Aec UE-R d4-1A 909/08/1628,098.68750-24.0000012,144.8437530611AllitnilF8 VAB, K8 VA, M9 VIF8 VABF8 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/50csutH.jpgalso AW
Bleou Aec JO-Z d13-0A 409/08/1628,185.75000-10.1875012,948.7187531018AllitnilA9 VAB, G8 VAB, K8 VAA9 VABA9 VABN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/IbUDb4N.jpg
Swoaks LM-W c1-0A 509/08/1628,250.500008.5625013,133.8437531154AllitnilM2 VA, M2 VA, M8 VAM2 VAM2 VAN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/rX6ZIRP.jpg
Swoaks ER-N d6-0ABC 109/08/1628,260.53125-22.1875013,583.0312531355AllitnilF3 VB, M3 VA, K3 VAF3 VBF3 VB, M3 VA, K3 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/mkqC7l8.jpg
Nueloo BN-Q d6-0509/08/1628,379.25000-28.0312513,651.2500031492AllitnilA6 VABA6 VABA6 VABN1Nhttp://i.imgur.com/3RsSjkW.jpgmoon is rocky CFT
Nueloo MK-C d14-0AB 110/08/1628,771.03125-63.3750014,220.7812532094AllitnilG8 VAB, M6 VA, M5 VAG8 VABG8 VAB, M8 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/7bEdyOr.jpg
Aochuae SF-L d9-1210/08/1628,742.12500-47.4062515,153.0937532492AllitnilG5 VABG5 VABG5 VABN1Nhttp://i.imgur.com/keDoglF.jpg
Ausaik NK-E c25-0310/08/1628,459.46875-24.3750015,378.8125032349AllitnilK6 VAK6 VAK6 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/8jL1p4F.jpg
Droerst JW-N d6-0310/08/1628,817.5000090.5000016,201.3437533060AllitnilF6 VBF6 VBF6 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/aepwuuy.jpg
Droerst WJ-I d9-1410/08/1628,737.93750-19.2187516,383.0312533080AllitnilA7 VIA7 VIA7 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/XgBGVMI.jpg
Meamua ZI-T c6-0C 512/08/1630,865.59375-84.7187519,718.6562536627AllitnilK3 VA, M1 VA, K8 VA, M4 VA, M9 VI, L2 VK3 VAK8 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/Lzp7ni7.jpg
Ooscs Auwsy XW-A c27-0612/08/1631,100.09375-24.8750020,576.3750037291AllitnilG9 VABG9 VABG9 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/jfzdK2K.jpg
Dryaea Auwsy ZY-S d3-0A 312/08/1631,382.59375-16.0000021,025.8125037775AllitnilF9 VI, M1 VAF9 VIF9 VIN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/GRK9h20.jpg
Dryaea Auwsy AE-K c8-0112/08/1631,302.78125-12.7500021,081.3437537740AllitnilK0 VABK0 VABK0 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/OgpeWa3.jpg
Dryaea Auwsy JC-D d12-0813/08/1631,375.40625-17.0625021,739.5000038171AllitnilA9 VBA9 VBA9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/31HGbvW.jpg
Dumbaae QG-Y d1613/08/1631,622.25000-4.1875022,064.3437538559AllitnilF3 VBF3 VBF3 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/YIf6Gco.jpg
Skoohou FI-B d13-0113/08/1632,072.75000-12.9375023,135.1250039546AllitnilG4 VABG4 VABG4 VABN1Nhttp://i.imgur.com/1f7baax.jpg
Xembee SU-V d3-0713/08/1632,445.21875-94.6562523,613.4062540128AllitnilG2 VAB, Y4 VG2 VABG2 VABY0http://i.imgur.com/ywV8yZD.jpgClass Y star is orbiting the primary star
Hypeae Fruia VX-L c7-0814/08/1632,567.96875-18.7812524,873.5937540980AllitnilG9 VABG9 VABG9 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/5vPaSHu.jpg
Hypeia Pre GY-F d12-0114/08/1632,809.65625-81.6250025,615.6250041625AllitnilG6 VABG6 VABG6 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/3wp88f9.jpg
Eaeb Pre WX-F d12-0615/08/1633,258.25000-36.5312526,887.2500042767AllitnilA7 VIA7 VIA7 VIN1Nhttp://i.imgur.com/qKFHOyi.jpg
Phai Fruia LO-Z d13-0515/08/1633,467.18750-11.7812527,024.1875043016AllitnilA9 VBA9 VBA9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/1Md0jn6.jpgbinary pair
Phai Fruia LO-Z d13-0615/08/1633,467.18750-11.7812527,024.1875043016AllitnilA9 VBA9 VBA9 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/dRLSNF8.jpgbinary pair
Sphaule DT-O d7-1116/08/1633,300.18750-45.5625029,015.6875044168AllitnilK0 VAK0 VAK0 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/OhNJy0X.jpg
Eembairds QT-U c2-0A 117/08/1633,142.281251.4062529,793.7500044565AllitnilK0 VAB, M9 VIK0 VABK0 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/4JqvIYo.jpg
Myliengiae DK-I c9-0317/08/1632,572.59375-18.5937531,368.9375045222AllitnilK0 VABK0 VABK0 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/JsRzEgI.jpg
Grairia GN-Q d6-0817/08/1632,578.00000-100.5000031,504.9375045320AllitnilF3 VBF3 VBF3 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/nHWcqZ5.jpg
Grairia TL-J d10-1B 317/08/1632,339.09375-38.3437531,845.2812545387AllitnilA8 VI, K8 VAA8 VIK8 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/nhdwVDk.jpg
Schearaae QE-Y c17-0B 119/08/1631,965.59375-77.0312534,266.8437546862AllitnilK9 VA, K9 VA, M7 VA, T5 VK9 VAK9 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/xuzR5h3.jpg
Hypo Brou FQ-G d10-1519/08/1631,717.7187521.2500035,684.8750047743AllitnilA8 VIA8 VIA8 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/RPuED3A.jpg
Hypo Brou JC-D d12-1519/08/1631,408.50000-23.4687535,886.0000047690AllitnilF7 VBF7 VBF7 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/0nkZ3YW.jpg
Plae Aod JF-R d4-2820/08/1630,639.8750029.3437537,814.0625048669AllitnilA4 VIA4 VIA4 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/F3ROBzh.jpg
Bleereia CT-O d7-0C 220/08/1630,665.59375-92.9062537,975.6562548811AllitnilK1 VA, M5 VA, K0 VABK1 VAK0 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/RdoNLyJ.jpg
Prai Ploe FN-Q d6-0520/08/1631,232.06250-29.3437539,251.4062550161AllitnilF1 VABF1 VABF1 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/mPAM23Y.jpg
Systiquae KA-A d1421/08/1631,462.03125-23.3437539,901.2812550813AllitnilA5 VIA5 VIA5 VIN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/cGxKcnk.jpg
Systiquae NH-U c16-0EF 121/08/1631,437.21875-11.9375040,637.0312551378AllitnilK1 VA, M1 VA, T1 V, K8 VA, M2 VA, M5 VAK1 VAM2 VA, M5 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/ps8R1T8.jpgELW orbits 5th & 6th stars
Systiquae VO-I d9-0421/08/1631,386.3125062.7500040,703.5000051399AllitnilA8 VBA8 VBA8 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/Zc2mSJr.jpgsystem also has AW
Praei Auwsy IA-A d1921/08/1631,296.71875-9.4687541,185.2812551727AllitnilF4 VIF4 VIF4 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/toksB8J.jpg
Bleetheau CN-H d11-29A 123/08/1621,058.50000-140.7500038,299.0312543707AllitnilG0 VB, K4 VAG0 VBG0 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/7eiRlPH.jpg
Hypaa Gree MP-I c25-11A 323/08/1617,645.53125-424.6875035,859.5312539968AllitnilG6 VAB, M4 VAG6 VABG6 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/44p2fr8.jpgELWs orbit separate stars
Hypaa Gree MP-I c25-11B 323/08/1617,645.53125-424.6875035,859.5312539968AllitnilG6 VAB, M4 VAG6 VABM4 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/CkvTVGs.jpgELWs orbit separate stars
Myiesoo UZ-D c5123/08/1615,717.78125-441.5625034,805.7187538193AllitnilK6 VAK6 VAK6 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/NmhGB28.jpg
Dryoea Blao ZK-X d1-985B 324/08/165,207.59375-894.9687528,580.0937529064AllitnilA8 VI, F8 VABA8 VIF8 VABN0http://i.imgur.com/cE0JMQW.jpg
Systimbie SD-A c1-427224/08/162,852.00000-891.8437527,155.5937527320AllitnilG6 VABG6 VABG6 VABN1Yhttp://i.imgur.com/aTIPmcD.jpg
Phroea Prao AN-A d14-3793224/08/162,656.62500-883.6562527,038.5000027183AllitnilA8 VIA8 VIA8 VIN0http://i.imgur.com/qdNBpDB.jpg
Phrio Prao XP-O d6-3623A 624/08/161,643.53125-893.8125026,428.6875026495AllitnilF3 VB, M7 VAF3 VBF3 VBN0http://i.imgur.com/tpzIod2.jpg
Hypio Pri YC-G c25-1477AB 124/08/16424.06250-907.6562525,619.7187525639AllitnilK4 VAB, M7 VA, M6 VAK4 VABK4 VAB, M7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/Rv3PmjH.jpgbinary pair
Hypio Pri YC-G c25-1477AB 224/08/16424.06250-907.6562525,619.7187525639AllitnilK4 VAB, M7 VA, M6 VAK4 VABK4 VAB, M7 VAN0http://i.imgur.com/t1JrbAd.jpgbinary pair

Systems of note include:

Oovsky Fruia ML-P d5-1 - located right at the end of the Perseus Arm, this system has a ringed ELW that is the moon of a class Y dwarf star

Nueloo BN-Q d6-0 - the ELW has a rocky moon that is a terraform candidate so if someone really wanted to they could make it into a ELW too ;)

Systiquae NH-U c16-0 - has 6 main stars and the ELW orbits the 5th & 6th. Not sure if there have been any other ELWs which orbit a 6th star?
 
@ Allitnil: Thanks a bunch! Say, any idea roughly how long in distance this trip was? Since you found 120 ELW-s on it.
Also, as far as I know, there are no other ELW-s on the list which orbit a sixth star, I just checked. However, the list's update progress is around two-thirds, with a bit over two thousand ELW-s left to check, so there's a small chance that some other one might be "hiding" in there. But even such a one does, that find will still be very rare.
 
It was about 530k LY in terms of distance jumped but as I was trying to stay as close to the edge as possible it involved a huge amount of zig-zagging and backtracking. Probably more like 150k in actual distance covered. According to the ED stats, it was 12,651 jumps and 12,364 systems but the latter figure is somewhat exaggerated due to the backtracking and the associated system count bug. I would guestimate that 10-11,000 distinct systems would be a better measure.
 
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Marx I get what you are wanting. I'm updating all of my finds on my spreadsheet. (with all the star info.) All the other info you want I have.
Interesting to note I also have plane + or - values and when able LS distance from the star being orbited. (I understand this can vary) but I like data.

The thing I would love to know is how to do a table like Allitnil did.

That would be what I'd want to do with the amount of systems I have to submit.
but man I'm stupid when it comes to it. I try to make a table and all I get is gibberish.
I'm not computer savvy [sad]

I use Excel. can I paste my data that way? and what about my screen shots..

I'm not about to spam this thread with 100+ posts with my finds.

That's what I got to figure out. [up]

The good news is I got time.
And I got 3 more ELW's today!

CMDR Tootiny
 
I use Excel. can I paste my data that way? and what about my screen shots..
Last I tried, pasting from Excel worked OK - I went to the advanced editor (rather than quick reply), pasted it there and previewed it, and it worked fine. It doesn't add the border lines but that doesn't matter.
For screenshots, you'll need to use something like http://imgur.com to upload them, and once uploaded copy and paste the URL in the spreadsheet (do this in Excel before you paste the table into the forum).
 
Last I tried, pasting from Excel worked OK - I went to the advanced editor (rather than quick reply), pasted it there and previewed it, and it worked fine. It doesn't add the border lines but that doesn't matter.
For screenshots, you'll need to use something like http://imgur.com to upload them, and once uploaded copy and paste the URL in the spreadsheet (do this in Excel before you paste the table into the forum).
Pasting directly from a spreadsheet is how I used to do it too, but that stopped working about a month ago when the WYSIWYG editor option on the forum was disabled. WYSIWYG is back in the options, but still doesn't seem to function (for pasting tables at least).

Since then, I've been using a WYSIWYG to BB code converter online. Though, in future, I'll probably just add directly to the sheet as Marx suggested, and post some highlights here.

Also, shouldn't the name of the place also be Hawking's Gap? But yeah, that search area wasn't really in it. I suppose FD just wanted to go with a name from the GMP, and that was the closest.
Yeah, it seems it is, but I was using the Galnet article to check it and that's how it's spelt there... :D
 
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WYSIWYG still works, but I need to press the button at the very top left of the toolbar (if you hover over it, it says "Switch Editor to WYSIWYG Mode"). You should then be able to paste in from Excel. If you then want to add the grid lines, click the button again to switch back to source mode and change the
line to
 
Just uploading the Excel file somewhere and posting a link to it here also works. Although I prefer OpenDocument Format, but I can work with MS Excel too. I think you might be able to post it directly on the forums as an attachment, but I'm not sure if they've disabled that along with the images or not.
 
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