List of Earth-like worlds, v2

The first four, below, could be rolled into just two, as they are Binary Earth-likes - wasn't sure how to group them, so did them seperatly and took screenshots of each.
First off, welcome to the list! That was a pretty nice haul there, and binary Earth-likes are quite rare. Also, taking screenshots of yours separately was the right choice, because we list one planet per row now. Thanks!
 
First off, welcome to the list! That was a pretty nice haul there, and binary Earth-likes are quite rare. Also, taking screenshots of yours separately was the right choice, because we list one planet per row now. Thanks!
Hello and thank you :) great list and love what you've done, takes a lot of work. I was looking for ringed earth-likes but I got those instead... I expect someone out there has found a binary or trinary bunch of earth-likes with rings around them ;)
 
Got back from my expedition on my main. 398,000 ly, give or take. Grinded LYR R5 last week and just finished selling the data today. Cataloged a few ELWs on the way. Hope it helps!

Note, two binary pairs and an ELW moon in here, but no ringed ELWs (yet!).

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContribSystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsScreenshotCoord. XCoord. YCoord. ZNotes
Byoi Thae KI-B d13-8925802.90Thadius WynterF7 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tkqPT/dccc434251.png4258.0339.343942.25
Ploea Aip ND-K d8-277611287.92Thadius WynterA0 VZNo0http://puu.sh/tkr1b/98e01afb58.png5358.3824.099935.00
Pru Aihm XS-U d2-268412942.19Thadius WynterA9 VINo0http://puu.sh/tkr6v/f4a26fb7ef.png7226.5911.9410736.69
Synookoo XJ-I d9-31116634.58Thadius WynterNeutron StarNo0http://puu.sh/tkr8l/e3c65bfcea.png10913.3132.9712554.19
Byae Aescs DL-P d5-247D 217985.63Thadius WynterNeutron Star, M8 VA, M5 VA, M5 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkrah/50990f7d78.png11868.59-22.0613513.66
Droeth JQ-P c5-23121491.68Thadius WynterG9 VABNo1http://puu.sh/tkrd1/e51f250661.png14547.1344.0615819.97
Droeth BF-R d4-70AB 121664.74Thadius WynterF2 VB, K9 VA, K8 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkrf9/9b3a479763.png14583.7253.6316021.03
Dryo Aowsy IV-X c14-46A 523995.54Thadius WynterK7 VA, M2 VA, M8 VANo1http://puu.sh/tkrhN/588d5ab48d.png14920.63-19.8118792.56
Dryua Pruae HL-Y d3A 924047.04Thadius WynterF1 VAB, M5 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkrka/b88e0ccb02.png11933.38-1146.5020845.63
Athaip NB-J c23-317A 423034.94Thadius WynterM2 VA, L6 VNo1http://puu.sh/tkrmm/897bf2783f.png82.03-1058.9723010.44
Hypio Flyao AP-R d4-176C 123969.21Thadius WynterNeutron Star, M7 VA, M4 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkrqM/f51ad4740e.png8454.66-1104.0022401.41
Athair DD-A d14-975824135.17Thadius WynterF2 VINo0http://puu.sh/tkrtw/9197bef860.png6449.19-1059.6623233.41
Byoomeae OM-V c2-55224889.69Thadius WynterG1 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tkrvb/47856be019.png2902.38-1121.4724694.44
Hypio Pri EM-D d12-691A 825648.74Thadius WynterF5 VB, K9 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkrAT/f895e2b275.png641.91-1118.2825616.31Binary
Hypio Pri EM-D d12-691A 925648.74Thadius WynterF5 VB, K9 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkrCf/ca032ad3b0.png641.91-1118.2825616.31Binary
Phoi Aod JL-X c17-50BC 124412.88Thadius WynterK1 VA, K8 VA, M8 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkrFZ/f0a5dcd2a6.png4229.441045.0324021.00
Phoi Aod AS-E c14-154A 124335.35Thadius WynterK3 VA, M3 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkrOX/a72427f495.png4576.191056.5623877.84
Hypuae Aoc ZB-S d5-41B 823860.97Thadius WynterNeutron Star, M6 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkrHS/9641d12bb7.png7896.531108.9122489.13
Shrongio LA-C d14-236C 323759.96Thadius WynterNeutron Star, M0 VA, M0 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkrQI/28911944b1.png9143.591039.6921905.47
Shrongio ET-F d12-129323761.88Thadius WynterNeutron StarNo0http://puu.sh/tkrTv/94fe53e9e0.png9438.661139.9121777.03
Shrongoea VT-Z c16-5A 723891.35Thadius WynterK5 VA, M6 VA, L7 V, L2 VNo0http://puu.sh/tkrVu/0ae605440c.png10482.161148.2821438.34
Eocs Aub HZ-S c6-1324410.36Thadius WynterG5 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tkrXO/b62c15822e.png14375.381097.9119697.94
Eocs Aub SX-B d13B 824578.85Thadius WynterG8 VAB, K5 VAB, G4 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tks0Y/5ad4abfb65.png15006.38840.9119447.91
Clooma IR-C c26-59231146.08Thadius WynterK3 VANo0http://puu.sh/tks2J/91045bb8e5.png17638.09-7.3425670.53
Stuenoe FS-N c6-39131581.70Thadius WynterK5 VANo0http://puu.sh/tks49/8844af6ee9.png17738.50-11.0326129.47
Dryaea Chraei UZ-O c19-6734552.17Thadius WynterK2 VANo0http://puu.sh/tks8H/44362778bb.png18424.693.8829229.84
Dryaea Bre FT-U c2-64A 136231.92Thadius WynterK3 VA, M4 VANo0http://puu.sh/tksaU/74d4193d48.png18631.094.0331074.66
Kyloopua IC-D d12-113639202.54Thadius WynterF4 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tksgU/6d63a17785.png18541.2224.1334540.72
Pha Bre XU-G c10-4840781.10Thadius WynterK8 VANo0http://puu.sh/tksiD/ed90a564ba.png18144.3819.3436522.31
Pha Bre IR-N d6-78B 340992.34Thadius WynterG3 VAB, G2 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tkszg/b22c0e362e.png18392.63-22.7236634.44
Pha Bre JH-U c16-36B 841195.82Thadius WynterK1 VAB, K5 VA, M8 VA, L0 VNo0http://puu.sh/tksB0/a078c15ed4.png18492.447.6636812.03
Plae Free BP-Z c13-62A 240534.59Thadius WynterG9 VAB, K4 VANo1http://puu.sh/tksCE/34b6509bbc.png17361.28-10.5940534.59
Prue Pruae CC-B d1-12B 729891.40Thadius WynterF8 VB, K6 VANo0http://puu.sh/tksDG/37168ee59e.png16739.03-26.8141293.91
Pra Pri WA-D c29-21BC 145265.39Thadius WynterK3 VAB, K4 VAB, M8 VANo0http://puu.sh/tksFq/5605d47537.png15727.72-74.5342445.13
Roefaa FK-P c22-26A 445897.50Thadius WynterG8 VAB, M6 VA, L9 VNo0http://puu.sh/tksHm/98c75df062.png14888.53-78.7843415.50
Blia Free FZ-S c3-30A 347126.89Thadius WynterG7 VAB, M7 VA, M7 VANo0http://puu.sh/tksJW/b8ee6b0a87.png13367.88-11.5345191.19
Gria Prau BY-F d12-197248533.00Thadius WynterF8 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tksLQ/df5f1ae566.png10654.13-44.0347349.13
Bleia Prau UO-Z c16-0246626.44Thadius WynterK7 VANo0http://puu.sh/tksOn/284a330165.png9057.19-182.6345737.94
Prae Blao YI-C C2-18A 149742.56Thadius WynterG8 VAB, M2 VANo0http://puu.sh/tksQd/b739455762.png8918.06-32.4148936.59
Ploea Brou LW-E c11-37350952.00Thadius WynterK3 VANo0http://puu.sh/tksTg/6053dfb97b.png5682.88-16.4150634.09
Plio Brou BR-C c26-36A 351462.85Thadius WynterK0 VAB, M8 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tksV6/e38c92d66e.png4543.596.2551261.88
Plio Brou CX-A c27-63151496.52Thadius WynterK2 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tksWf/2c0c18b1e6.png4447.169.3851304.13
Preae Broae QN-B c13-1A 752101.92Thadius WynterK8 VA, M8 VA, M1 VANo1http://puu.sh/tksZQ/b618c2106c.png3075.0626.2852011.09
Pro Broae NL-N c20-45152387.32Thadius WynterG9 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tkt14/32bd0f53f6.png2471.9115.0052328.97
Thuechaea YM-I c26-14153837.85Thadius WynterK4 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkt31/6a890b9725.png-52.97-36.2553837.81
Byua Chrea YD-K d8-42A 454761.71Thadius WynterG1 VAB, G9 VANo1http://puu.sh/tkt4W/a1e814134a.png-161.9418.0954761.47
Syre Thua OD-K d8-0A 163666.29Thadius WynterF3 VB, K6 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkt6f/bd7613e337.png-1015.13-19.5663658.19
Eowrailt WX-L c7-0B 159528.80Thadius WynterK3 VA, K1 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tkt7T/d29aff1482.png-3262.25-21.0959439.34
Greae Bluae RB-X c4-10B 354557.88Thadius WynterG2 VAB, M3 VANo0http://puu.sh/tktaA/f39c6abead.png-6184.28-52.3454206.22
Byoi Chraei JC-D d12-102755640.55Thadius WynterF1 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tktcQ/cce2ce0d3a.png-8278.06-3.9155021.31
Syritchao FC-D d12-61B 357017.49Thadius WynterF9 VB, K9 VANo0http://puu.sh/tktf5/c8a06e081f.png-14958.00-14.8455020.47
Syritchuae WO-Z c13-5357318.28Thadius WynterK8 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkth2/e553a53cd4.png-17410.038.3454610.22
Bleou Chria IO-Z c13-6A 357133.28Thadius WynterK4 VA, M6 VA, M5 VANo0http://puu.sh/tktpF/aa6579ee15.png-20539.28-3.9753313.69
Chreesee TP-E c25-12157015.73Thadius WynterK0 VANo0http://puu.sh/tktrG/74bd2e38a8.png-24980.4748.0051252.00
Byua Freau GC-D d12-31B 456898.40Thadius WynterF5 VB, M2 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkttU/f759978e7a.png-31570.59-9.2847336.31
Pro Freau ZE-R d4-9B 555479.04Thadius WynterG2 VAB, F9 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tktwV/de906ebe3c.png-36733.88-0.7241575.78
Pro Flee US-U d2-4B 855098.13Thadius WynterF6 VB, K6 VANo0http://puu.sh/tktA0/1d09b67f4f.png-39052.34-0.3838867.97
Pro Flee BE-T c3-0355157.22Thadius WynterK1 VANo0http://puu.sh/tktCo/892004197d.png-39224.7820.6638778.03
Phraa Groa TL-J d10-18 A54893.29Thadius WynterF4 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tktEJ/bf0c0ea15f.png-40606.66-52.3436937.38Moon
Phraa Groa GW-C d0453993.06Thadius WynterF6 VBNo1http://puu.sh/tktJX/1fc4030f10.png-40151.03-76.2236099.03
Hypiae Brue HA-A d0BC 152385.64Thadius WynterF7 VB, M0 VA, M8 VANo0http://puu.sh/tktNd/d4bb576354.png-39178.16-19.8134775.38Binary
Hypiae Brue HA-A d0BC 252385.64Thadius WynterF7 VB, M0 VA, M8 VANo0http://puu.sh/tktOu/9367bb9c71.png-39178.16-19.8134775.38Binary
Phoi Chrie GA-A d2651614.22Thadius WynterG3 VABNo1http://puu.sh/tktQd/354c7fed90.png-39239.91-20.6933529.94
Phoi Chrie VX-L d7-0551487.98Thadius WynterF0 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tktUa/b6d6a8ee24.png-38536.53-22.0034145.97
Pro Aob AC-D d12-9A 554405.58Thadius WynterF6 VB, M5 VANo0http://puu.sh/tktWP/45d5e64b6c.png-37170.69-1.8139727.91
Ploea Fraae FD-Z c27-4355863.03Thadius WynterK0 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tku0P/0f8caef2e7.png-37825.34-10.0641108.66
Tosia XJ-A c0357275.10Thadius WynterG7 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tku2Y/a6f6a7ea89.png-38402.9175.6342492.91
Tosia AA-Z d0257137.96Thadius WynterF9 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tku5b/89043651bf.png-38139.34295.0642544.69
Tosia UN-J c9-0A 257108.11Thadius WynterK0 VAB, M4 VA, M3 VANo0http://puu.sh/tku7m/8952fab03e.png-37740.75220.1642859.34
Tosia QX-U d2-1257122.80Thadius WynterF6 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tku9B/4b5f7742e6.png-37909.3489.2542730.41
Blaichoae FS-B d13-3358052.79Thadius WynterF9 VABNo1http://puu.sh/tkubC/1a91968883.png-36780.28198.6644914.34
Blaichoae SB-A c28-0ABC 158024.92Thadius WynterK6 VA, M2 VA, M3 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkudk/bcd5d63ee8.png-36692.38208.7544950.16
Praichi AH-S d5-14A 655839.54Thadius WynterA8 VB, K0 VA, K8 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkugf/804cebac40.png-34075.50-43.6944237.00
Byeia Flee KA-A d20954496.79Thadius WynterA5 VINo0http://puu.sh/tkuin/3cc1354ee2.png-32506.0045.1343740.81
Bleae Aob VD-K d8-5453298.42Thadius WynterK1 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkukV/67ac36ff39.png-31140.7819.0643254.75
Blaea Flaae GG-Y d3551672.59Thadius WynterG3 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tkun4/af5328d4f8.png-29272.69-19.3842581.28
Hyphojeau TA-Q c8-0150042.14Thadius WynterG7 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tkuxQ/4e156ba5a7.png-23618.44-30.0044117.84
Bya Flaae GI-B c13-2149921.36Thadius WynterK1 VAB, M3 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkuBx/2b865171fd.png-23009.006.8844302.69
Hyphojee LY-F d12-3A 149859.76Thadius WynterF1 VB, K1 VABNo1http://puu.sh/tkuFD/0c918a2719.png-21856.38-73.4744813.94
Byoo Fleau GI-B d13-4449820.58Thadius WynterA9 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tkuHR/d1fecc125c.png-21648.00-22.1944871.53
Byoo Fleau ZC-Z c27-0149801.03Thadius WynterK1 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tkuLH/9d6a39dced.png-21459.06-22.8844940.53
Bleou Froa UY-S d3-7449707.47Thadius WynterF4 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tkuSq/2481f6ff85.png-20208.44-10.5345414.22
Wruegnee AQ-G d10-4A 550338.10Thadius WynterF9 VB, M1 VANo1http://puu.sh/tkv6c/4815069f5a.png-13484.6313.5948498.34
Bla Prou ZG-I c24-0547305.21Thadius WynterK5 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkvam/621a7107c5.png-10744.28-861.3846060.84
Hypua Bliae LN-J c25-33135572.05Thadius WynterK1 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkvkh/137264fc5a.png-12500.22-210.7833302.72
Brairia KB-N c23-45434215.29Thadius WynterK6 VA, M9 VINo0http://puu.sh/tkvpd/906bda9010.png-12206.25-204.9131963.28
Brairia PJ-O d7-177433860.05Thadius WynterF1 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tkvqV/4672b90317.png-12136.97-190.2531609.50
Brairia RF-I c12-38433716.62Thadius WynterK6 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkvsI/6a61000d56.png-12091.63-188.1931473.28
Byoomue QS-A d1-5204526828.13Thadius WynterA9 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tkvuJ/5883eafc0b.png-10604.50-200.8824642.50
Phrae Flyou MX-R d5-786B 625922.82Thadius WynterF0 VB, K7 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkvEb/cb502bd6d5.png-10400.69-198.0623744.03
Agnairt RD-B c16-392224861.27Thadius WynterG7 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tkvGV/3470d03f60.png-10169.09-204.4122685.47
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Will flag them in my EDD history to make sure I didn't miss any. If I made any mistakes and inputs are needed for corrections, please don't hesitate to quote and/or PM. I am only hooman after all (or am I?).

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Indeed, found one in my EDD history I'd missed.

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsSS URLCoord. XCoord. YCoord. ZNotes
Byooe Fraae JG-Y d4AB 149656.11Thadius WynterF3 VI, K7 VA, K4 VANo0http://puu.sh/tkxpA/fe43a9662f.png-17552.6328.5346450.34

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First off, to everyone: I could still use some help with filling out the remaining entries, with the star types from the galaxy map. There are a bit over 500 remaining, and I would very much appreciate some more help. Once it's done, I'll start working on an automatic ELW rarity score: something to show how rare a given entry is compared to the rest on the list. It should be interesting to see how things are distributed, and hey, it should also give another score to people, and some more bragging rights about very rare finds.
"My ELW's rarity level is OVER NINE THOUSAAAAAND"
Ahem.
So, if you could help out with even a few entries from the "Data - To do" list, this would happen sooner. If you'd like to help, just request edit access on Google Sheet, and please note in the message who you are here on the Frontier forums.


@ thadius856: Ooh, that's one big haul, and with coordinates too. Thanks! Once I've gone through it, it should land you close to the top ten. Right on, Commander!
Something I forgot to mention earlier: in the future, please include the screenshot URL as the text too, not just as the link. This saves me some time from converting them when I look at the screenies. The URL is stored there as text so that automatically downloading the screenshots as a batch. I likes to hoard them and call them my precioussss Which is useful for doing OCR and such on them.
 
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First off, to everyone: I could still use some help with filling out the remaining entries, with the star types from the galaxy map. There are a bit over 500 remaining, and I would very much appreciate some more help..........
You can delete all 24 entries for my 2nd CMDR hamstelBaster from the list "Data - To do". They are already in the List "Data" ;)
 
Something I forgot to mention earlier: in the future, please include the screenshot URL as the text too, not just as the link. This saves me some time from converting them when I look at the screenies. The URL is stored there as text so that automatically downloading the screenshots as a batch.
Ran a regex replace. All URL's unfurled and post updated.
 
There are now 0 entries on "Data - To do" missing star types from galmap. ;)
Frankly, I'm amazed. That was a tremendous help, and I won't forget it.

And with that, the new list is complete and the old one is now obsolete. Time for me to start tinkering with new stuff. Thanks again to everyone who helped!
 
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My latest findings.

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsScreenshot URLNotesXYZ
Eol Prou OT-G d11-444A 522441.40MATT GRAHAMG4 VAB, G3 VABNo0http://i.imgur.com/Z5Lh84b.png-9333.531-432.62520403.781
Drumboa TQ-B d14-57725231.31MATT GRAHAMG1 VABNo0http://i.imgur.com/QjQwmMm.png-9726.252195.7523177.531
Drumboa KX-K d8-284524760.95MATT GRAHAMF1 VINo1http://i.imgur.com/xguWbzJ.pngELW has a landable moon-9625.5941620.7522755.781
Drumboa LN-S d4-111A 224560.65MATT GRAHAMF7 VB, M7 VANo0http://i.imgur.com/iQjVA6Z.jpg-9864.3751863.68822415.313
Drumboa AA-A h1643 i24525.78MATT GRAHAMBLACK HOLE, K6 VA, L1 V, K5 VANoEhttp://i.imgur.com/1Cojdp3.pngELW is a moon of a star(K)-10135.5311617.96922274.813
Drumboa KD-S d4-86B 224678.57MATT GRAHAMF7 VB, K0 VABNo0http://i.imgur.com/BAAnzXa.png-10243.5311666.522390.281
Drumboa UX-U d2-635424259.05MATT GRAHAMA4 VINo0http://i.imgur.com/dxm8E23.png-9479.3131361.71922288.781
Drumboa TG-X c1-41A 624074.08MATT GRAHAMG9 VAB, M4 VANo0http://i.imgur.com/IaLy1Nd.png-9521.9691451.37522063.25
Drumboa FN-R c18-13A 424880.71MATT GRAHAMK3 VAB, M3 VA, M9 VINo0http://i.imgur.com/YqG9LpW.png-9838.7191422.90622808.438
Drumboa FN-R c18-13BC 324880.71MATT GRAHAMK3 VAB, M3 VA, M9 VINo1http://i.imgur.com/ymskSMc.jpgELW has a landable moon-9838.7191422.90622808.438
Drumboa KN-K d8-200324861.01MATT GRAHAMF6 VBNo0http://i.imgur.com/EsQDciu.png-9959.51484.62522730.469
Drumboa XP-T c18-17224682.62MATT GRAHAMG4 VABNo0http://i.imgur.com/94LdPee.png-9268.51869.522799.813
Drumboa XO-P d6-131624427.02MATT GRAHAMA8 VINo0http://i.imgur.com/DNE9poz.png-9065.0312089.46922586.25
Drumboa AA-A h3754 e23883.56MATT GRAHAMBLACK HOLE, K5 VA, L4 V, M2 VA, M2 VANoEhttp://i.imgur.com/Rz1Ii1y.pngELW is a moon of a star(M)-9140.2811895.87521983.75
Drumboa AA-A h5416 b24524.78MATT GRAHAMBLACK HOLE, T9 V, L8 V, T2 V, T8 V, L4 V, M9 VINoEhttp://i.imgur.com/Wt3cnam.pngELW is a moon of a star(M)-9841.5312268.03122348.719
Drumboa SO-Z d3224323.50MATT GRAHAMK1 VANo0http://i.imgur.com/OFcJErX.png-10065.9381893.31322061.844
Drumboa IP-D d13-11825348.55MATT GRAHAMA7 VINo0http://i.imgur.com/PJf5PPI.png-10069.1252257.09423153.125
Drumboa TF-N d7-88A 524893.84MATT GRAHAMF9 VI, M3 VANo0http://i.imgur.com/X7R0mv7.png-10213.9061818.71922629
Drumboa AA-A h3361 e24449.97MATT GRAHAMBLACK HOLE, M8 VA, G8 VAB, T4 V, F8 VB, T6 V, M8 VANoEhttp://i.imgur.com/4cSNKC6.jpgELW is a moon of a star(M)-9988.3441638.59422256.438
Drumboa AA-A h3361 d24449.97MATT GRAHAMBLACK HOLE, M8 VA, G8 VAB, T4 V, F8 VB, T6 V, M8 VANoEhttp://i.imgur.com/zmjGTe5.jpgELW is a moon of a star(M)-9988.3441638.59422256.438
Drumboa RD-T d3-503424539.28MATT GRAHAMA7 VBNo0http://i.imgur.com/LVjKT5b.png-10045.2811388.87522345.906
Drumboa MP-E d12-26BC 125254.28MATT GRAHAMA9 VI, K9 VA, M4 VANo0http://i.imgur.com/OTMB5Ln.png-10065.4061922.59423081.813
Drumboa CM-D d12-393A 425056.43MATT GRAHAMF1 VB, K0 VANo0http://i.imgur.com/GNUq02a.png-9769.656141923029.656
Eol Prou EY-G d11-5644822686.38MATT GRAHAMA5 VINo0http://i.imgur.com/nOpONLZ.png-9906.125-407.56320405.25
Eol Prou DN-I d10-633622577.81MATT GRAHAMG1 VABNo0http://i.imgur.com/kHOXc5i.png-9867.094-504.520301.313


Some interesting black hole systems, but by far the most interesting is Drumboa AA-A h336. 2 ELMs around the same star, but it wasn't until I got really close and could see there were in fact 2 orbit lines and not 1 that I realised how close they are. The closest one is 24.4 LS away from the star and the other is 24.7. When I visited the systems, they were some ~5.61LS away from each other. Assuming I calculated it right, the closer one will pass the outer one in a few days time - and they should be just ~0.3LS away from each other. If the lighting wasn't broken because it's a black hole main system, I expect it'd make for some decent screenshots.
 
Very nice! A wanderer hunting the curiosities of the galaxy indeed. That double ELM you mentioned sounds quite intriguing: I wonder if their orbits are stable. I don't suppose you'd have some data to feed into the Elite Galaxy Online orrery? It would be interesting to see how the system looks.
Also, if that system's not a good tourism beacon candidate, I don't know what is. Even if the lighting is currently bugged.
 
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Just four more from me on this recent short leg.

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsScreenshot URL
BLUA HYPA JO-F d12-1809114603.12SAPYXSAPYXG4 VABNo0http://i.imgur.com/5OpcSOY.jpg
BYAA AERB MM-W d1-15414109.89SAPYXSAPYXF8 VBNo0http://i.imgur.com/lvXSRyv.jpg
PUEKOA NO-X d2-1B 114136.68SAPYXSAPYXNeutron Star, M5 VA, L0 VNo0http://i.imgur.com/ADiAutE.jpg
PRUA PHOE EV-W d2-223B 712003.67SAPYXSAPYXG5 VAB, K9 VANo0http://i.imgur.com/KWDRsxz.jpg

Tourist notes:

Blua Hypa: A nice enough place; though none of the parameters are a perfect match for Earth, overall it's a nice planet to live on. Warmish, gravity not too light, air's a little thin. Elsewhere in the system, the next two planets out are a pair of terraformables, one already a waterworld. Be aware that there are no rings, asteroids or airless-landable planets in this system, so it's not a great place to be stranded or needing repairs. Perhaps the most noteworthy feature of this planet is its proximity to one of the oddities of the galaxy, the Glowing Green Giant in Blua Hypa HT-F d12-1226, only about 10 LYs away.

Byaa Aerb: the first of a small cluster of ELWs high above the galactic plane in this region. Note that this is a different system to the one I posted in this thread last week; that one was already tagged, this one was not. This world has perfect-match Earth gravity, though in other respects it is quite alien: an archipelago planet with about 90% ocean cover, it's cold, with huge icecaps and a thick atmosphere. Instead of a moon, there's a large terraformable waterworld for a companion. The next planet in is also terraformable.

Puekoa: This planet looks brownish on the system map, probably because of the tinting of the dim M-class star it orbits. This is the first "neutron planet" I've found, though the ELW doesn't orbit the neutron star itself, but around the red dwarf at a comfortable 42,000 Ls away. Stats appear pretty good at first glance, very Earth-like gravity and temperature. The year is also a pretty close match to Earth at 353 days but, as I gather is common for ELWs orbiting red dwarfs, it's tidally locked to the star, so the day is 353 days long too. This is the first tidally-locked-to-star ELW I've tagged. I'm left wondering if FD plan on rendering such worlds differently once they become landable, as they almost certainly wouldn't look like a "normal" Earth-like - though scientists still debate what exactly they might look like. One theory holds that the sunward face would end up being a single, permanent hemisphere-wide hurricane. I didn't end up checking any of the HMCs in the system for terraformability. The dim brown dwarf is very remote at 232,000 Ls.

Prua Phoe: Just a few jumps away from arriving at Sacaqawea, I found this Untagged little ELW. It's orbiting the K-class secondary star, but fortunately it's a fairly compact system and the secondary star is only 4300 Ls away from the jump-in point. It's another hot jungle planet, or perhaps more swamp than jungle, with no stats falling into the Parallel Earth range. Nearby, the next planet in is terraformable with near-identical mass and gravity to Earth, though the orbiting moon is not unfortunately terraformable as well. The most interesting thing about this world is the sky; as I said, it's very close to Sacaqawea, which is in the middle of the rather large Skaudai Nebula. This nebula is quite prominent in the sky from here; the other more distant nebula in this screenshot is the Flyiedgai Nebula:

 
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A few more from here and there including a visit to Colonia:

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeFirst starELW is orbiting star(s) typeOne primary star?Ringed EL?MoonsScreenshot URLNotesCoord. XCoord. YCoord. Z
RHO OPHIUCHI SECTOR YZ-Y C131441ASSASSINXROLLO RHADIUMK5 VAK5 VAK5 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/ZVoTghP.png28197393
WREDGUIA SS-K D8-22A 4448OCERMISROLLO RHADIUMF8 VB, M5 VA, M6 VAF8 VBF8 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/Oui3bVv.png
HIP 81473A 6635MARTINIUMROLLO RHADIUMG6 III, K6 VAG6 IIIG6 IIIYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/44m073d.png−121279557
SYNUEFE RE-O D7-402839ROLLO RHADIUMG9 VAG9 VAG9 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/ANVCl4R.png696−274−381
HIP 457777894THYLACINE27ROLLO RHADIUMG5 VG5 VG5 VYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/tRqEYit.png390580−557
PRU EUQ SD-Z D1-0111,218SHADOW WOLFEROLLO RHADIUMG3 VABG3 VABG3 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/sXICxNh.png−3751096377
OUTOTZ AC-B D14-1AB 41,473ROLLO RHADIUMA7 VB, F5 VI, M0 VAA7 VBA7 VB, F5 VINoNo0http://i.imgur.com/H9lNZuR.png639694−1132
OUTOTZ ZG-B D14-161,544ROLLO RHADIUMA7 VBA7 VBA7 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/dOZPUbq.png715760−1139
PROOE DRYE AR-X C17-6A 31,753ROLLO RHADIUMK4 VAB, M4 VAK4 VABK4 VABYesNo1http://i.imgur.com/PsIHX4B.pngLandable Moon−1412−2221014
SIFI QO-H D10-2232,280TYRESTROLLO RHADIUMF9 VBF9 VBF9 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/6WtdusB.png−19553761111
IC 1396 SECTOR RE-X C15-0A 52,644ROLLO RHADIUMG8 VAB, K7 VA, L2 VG8 VABG8 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/zbOChZH.png−2633−78−226
BLEAE THAA HU-A d7A 63,088FENDROLLO RHADIUMF2 VB, K9 VAF2 VBF2 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/dzYOajL.png−26733511505
FLYAE DRYE RA-L D9-26A 13,479ROLLO RHADIUMG5 VAB, K4 VAB, M9 VIG5 VABG5 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/tkB2uW9.png−3468−110−253
SIFOU JR-D D12-2854,149ROLLO RHADIUMF8 VBF8 VBF8 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/u6aPWMH.png−39352781288
BLEAE THAA OB-S C18-124,555ROLLO RHADIUMG3 VABG3 VABG3 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/BwHfFJc.png−39032762331
CHRAUFAO AF-H D10-45A 54,735ROLLO RHADIUMF5 VB, K4 VABF5 VBF5 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/WFIYevZ.pngBinary−40482792440
CHRAUFAO AF-H D10-45A 64,735ROLLO RHADIUMF5 VB, K4 VABF5 VBF5 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/MQdoLr9.pngBinary−40482792440
BLAE DRYE UJ-Z D654,856ROLLO RHADIUMA9 VIA9 VIA9 VIYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/7Ji7Qtj.png−24098114138
CHRAUFAO BN-Y C28-1035,211ROLLO RHADIUMG9 VABG9 VABG9 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/nmq0TIm.png−44062432772
AUCOTHS XB-B D14-16B 45,503ROLLO RHADIUMF5 VI, K7 VAF5 VIK7 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/EeJEzRf.png−4729−6412742
BYOI THUA HL-P D5-90B 46,637ROLLO RHADIUMA7 VB, K9 VAA7 VBK9 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/sHJP3Ci.png−573983333
SMOJEIA KN-B D13-12158,078ROLLO RHADIUMA7 VBA7 VBA7 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/dNj2LlU.png−7036833967
TRAIKEOU RW-W C1-7A 68,332ROLLO RHADIUMG9 VAB, K2 VAG9 VABG9 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/TpALewG.png−7225744151
TRAIKEOU XG-C C13-028,891ROLLO RHADIUMG7 VABG7 VABG7 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/jwmRQhZ.png−75871934631
BYOI EURK QC-V D2-26B 410,070ROLLO RHADIUMA6 VI, F8 VIA6 VIF8 VIYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/0JNyGbD.png−83972165602
NYEAJEOU QD-I D10-3411,856ROLLO RHADIUMF4 VIF4 VIF4 VIYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/UaGUfQp.png−9123−6267546
ELLAIC LK-A D126513,815ROLLO RHADIUMF2 VBF2 VBF2 VBYesNo1http://i.imgur.com/58pBbzG.png−103251849176
ELLAID WJ-A D22313,825ROLLO RHADIUMF2 VABF2 VABF2 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/gL30NB2.png−102982039222
ELLAIC DW-D D12-20414,790ROLLO RHADIUMF2 VIF2 VIF2 VIYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/9PP8X1D.png−1066534810240
ELLAIC DW-D D12-20514,790ROLLO RHADIUMF2 VIF2 VIF2 VIYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/6Nk6Bcb.png−1066534810240
EODGOLKS QT-G D11-27A 315,536ROLLO RHADIUMG5 VAB, K0 VABG5 VABG5 VABYesNo1http://i.imgur.com/3qhWBfw.pngLandable Moon−1045278911467
EODGOLKS QT-G D11-27B 315,536ROLLO RHADIUMG5 VAB, K0 VABG5 VABK0 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/rLfS6rm.png−1045278911467
BLIE AEDST EJ-B C13-1716,252ROLLO RHADIUMG7 VAG7 VAG7 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/equw7hb.png−10545125712302
FROALN CC-K D9-33718,028ROLLO RHADIUMA8 VIA8 VIA8 VIYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/9z5S9Q3.png−975170615147
DRYOOE FLYOU MO-Q D5-345421,317ROLLO RHADIUMA6 VBA6 VBA6 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/vt74wAG.png−10230−76918686
DRYOOE FLYOU FI-A D14-1714721,775ROLLO RHADIUMF0 VBF0 VBF0 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/0zSlWoH.png−9846−92619399
EOL PROU XT-A D249B 321,806ROLLO RHADIUMA8 VI, K5 VAB, K6 VA, M8 VAA8 VIK5 VABYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/pCHnilH.png−9844−92919436
EOL PROU FG-W D2-153621,905ROLLO RHADIUMF6 VBF6 VBF6 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/21OyP5U.pngColonia: 312LY−9559−61921905
EOL PROU FG-W D2-153821,905ROLLO RHADIUMF6 VBF6 VBF6 VBYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/1GPDxae.pngColonia: 312LY−9559−61921905
EOL PROU FG-W D2-2000B 321,919ROLLO RHADIUMF9 VB, M3 VAF9 VBM3 VAYesNo0http://i.imgur.com/1nw8Hyo.pngColonia: 276LY−9556−65219715
 
Planet name: HIP 21668 A 1
Exact type of star(s) in the system: G5 V, M1 VA
Distance from Sol:311 LY
Your in-game name: Drem Aldent
First discovered by: JediRogue

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Forgot to add the screenshot, sorry. HIP 21668 A 1
 
Got bored and took a little jaunt outside bubble tonight.

System namePlanet IDDist. From Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsSS URLCoord. XCoord. YCoord. ZNotes
Col 285 Sector LR-S b18-0A 4220.88EDEM72CAPRICA-SIXK9 VA, K9 VA, M7 VA, L3 VNo0http://puu.sh/toYAl/45ef1105f4.png200.59-84.4737.63
Col 285 Sector KW-M c7-122205.17PTOLOMYCAPRICA-SIXG3 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tp0kG/38103d71b6.png188.38-67.16-45.78
Synuefe AW-L c24-162283.84SPECTRUMANCERCAPRICA-SIXK1 VABNo0http://puu.sh/tp0Fv/5e0b6cc52e.png265.28-100.22-12.13
Synuefe VU-N c23-208307.11ISHMAIRCAPRICA-SIXK2 VANo0http://puu.sh/tp0Si/628d758680.png299.31-34.91-59.28
Synuefe XR-H d11-14A 7382.21PHAZONARANCAPRICA-SIXK0 VA, M0 VA, M0 VA, L0 V, T7 VNo0http://puu.sh/tp15X/4298d8781c.png373.56-44.22-67.69
Wregoe EA-S b45-2A 3355.89OLDOCAPRICA-SIXM4 VA, M6 VANo0http://puu.sh/tp1g3/933f8f415a.png345.9416.34-81.94
Synuefe OF-L d9-815366.44THUNDER_BOLTCAPRICA-SIXF9 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tp1NM/12e2c79505.png302.19-53.13-200.34
Wregoe XP-G d10-1421415.33OWOCAPRICA-SIXF3 VINo0http://puu.sh/tp23n/c2ee521619.png373.84-5.28-180.88
Wregoe YP-G d10-29A 7464.86TAAELOCAPRICA-SIXG4 VAB, F8 VBNo1http://puu.sh/tp2nd/1949c84f21.png428.19-23.5-179.44
Synuefe QF-L d9-63A 9519.95DEMI SOLCAPRICA-SIXF6 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tp40c/3525ec4177.png439.28-91.59-262.66
Synuefe QF-L d9-63BC 4553.09NEJDU D'OTMYCAPRICA-SIXG1 VAB, G5 VAB, M6 VANo0http://puu.sh/tp4YD/585af7f128.png483.88-60.5-260.97
Wregoe VZ-O c19-40A 1589.48GREBENKOVCAPRICA-SIXG5 VAB, K9 VA, M7 VA, M9 VINo1http://puu.sh/tp5fl/d8b4fe8199.png555.72-9.81-196.38

More to come tomorrow.
 
Thanks for the submissions! They're added to the list now.
Also, to clean things up a bit and streamline them (because of upcoming stuff that does increase load), I've created a new sheet to which anyone can request write access to and add their entries there if they wish to. You can find it at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15nMqKA5C-kVHixuLf3-p1uqrkDIoSe0yS84Mw6yQ-Fs/edit?usp=sharing, and it's also listed in the first post. I'd rather not have it be anonymously writable though, to prevent vandalism. I can separate sheets for different people there: if you'd like to have one of your own, let me know in in your edit access message please! Also, I'll modify the original sheet's permissions on the day after tomorrow.

On another note, could someone near Colonia check the few missing distances from Jaques station please? They are at the end of the "Eol Prou sector" sheet: right now, six systems in total.
 
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