List of Earth-like worlds, v2

Like I wrote in the first post, and as can be seen in several examples of posts above, do please provide more than just a screenshot if you can. Specifically, the distance to Sol and the exact types of stars in the system. (For example, K2 VA, M9 VI) I'll still fill it out if I can, but it won't really be a priority. Thankfully, you guys have submitted these to EDSM, so I have the distances at least.
Anyway, congrats to that Commander for finding a ringed world! Those are pretty rare.
 
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Dumpity dump dump.

System namePlanet IDDist. From Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsSS URLCoord. XCoord. YCoord. ZNotes
Col 285 Sector JL-H b25-47240.58TENEBRISCAPRICA-SIXK9 VANo0http://puu.sh/txxBK/e488eaa63c.png-158.3839.28176.78
Col 285 Sector ZV-M d7-75A 2290.28BIGDADDIOCAPRICA-SIXG0 VB, K9 VA, L5 VNo0http://puu.sh/txy69/38ce2c6996.png-80.0384.09266.06
Col 285 Sector YS-D b27-44233.8NISSECAPRICA-SIXM2 VANo1http://puu.sh/txyqf/c4435b27bf.png-61.2822.81224.47
Col 285 Sector FF-A b29-36280.9TREVIZE LEE ADAMSCAPRICA-SIXM3 VANo0http://puu.sh/txyBM/da65260ea3.png-80.1617.41268.66
Col 285 Sector HY-Y c14-17A 5292.79STEELCAPRICA-SIXK3 VAB, L4 VNo0http://puu.sh/txyZW/c563976c06.png-92.25-54.25272.53
Col 359 Sector NR-V d2-1393332.4TYPHON47CAPRICA-SIXG1 VABNo0http://puu.sh/txzjd/705c96c1a3.png-71-5.16324.69
Col 359 Sector AJ-R c5-41368.83TENEBRISCAPRICA-SIXG5 VABNo1http://puu.sh/txzFJ/38c33e55af.png-74.447.38361.16
R CrA Sector ER-V c2-91431.89TASARICAPRICA-SIXG8 VABNo0http://puu.sh/txAjn/1363a18040.png-18.22-44.91429.16
HIP 96896CD 2418.15BL4CKTAYCAPRICA-SIXA1 V, F2 FB, G2 VAB, K9 VANo0http://puu.sh/txC0K/ffb0e30008.png-19.94-183.34375.28Binary ELW
HIP 96896CD 3418.15BL4CKTAYCAPRICA-SIXA1 V, F2 FB, G2 VAB, K9 VANo0http://puu.sh/txC1G/c572308c51.png-19.94-183.34375.28Binary ELW
Corona Austr. Dark Region KH-V c2-82532.81LONESTAR1979CAPRICA-SIXK5 VANo0http://puu.sh/txCE3/46a10e9ac8.png23.06-168.41504.97
Swoilz NJ-X d2-56A 6584.15MOZ79CAPRICA-SIXA9 VI, M3 VANo0http://puu.sh/txDhL/83872f1640.png182.41-171.47527.78
Lupus Dark Region B Sector PS-U c2-33A 4480.33FREDDIE MCCAPRICA-SIXM2 VA, M7 VA, M6 VA, L5 VNo1http://puu.sh/txE7a/72b22223f0.png179.943.63445.34
Col 359 Sector HQ-D c13-21671.65DOOMEYCAPRICA-SIXTTS4 VANo0http://puu.sh/txEJM/7d58fec46e.png102.6974.78659.53TTS
Praea Euq QT-I c9-96653.62DIDDLEYDOOCAPRICA-SIXG9 VABNo0http://puu.sh/txF4w/bdc9f8a3ec.png186.6988.59620.09
Praea Euq AQ-P d5-888795.58CYBERANGELCAPRICA-SIXG0 VBNo0http://puu.sh/txFsR/0ca4e29ed0.png288.56117.69732
Praea Euq DR-D c12-0CD 1804.72SHACK BUCHANANCAPRICA-SIXK2 VA, M7 VA, T0 V, M9 VINo0http://puu.sh/txHc5/e214cb24ef.png300.3199.59739.91
Praea Euq AQ-P d5-24804.75DANAEL GIL GALAEDCAPRICA-SIXG1 VABNo1http://puu.sh/txHph/7b0b1a3683.png269.0692.97752.72
Praea Euq CL-P d5-1108795.89SEFARCAPRICA-SIXF6 VINo0http://puu.sh/txHDR/3def8e9695.png277.2249.03744.44Binary ELW
Praea Euq CL-P d5-1109795.89SEFARCAPRICA-SIXF6 VINo0http://puu.sh/txHEG/9db1122711.png277.2249.03744.44Binary ELW
 
The Erebus has landed, at Eagle's Landing, and the results of the latest discoveries have been verified and processed:

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsScreenshot URL
SKAUDE DB-M d8-290A 410771.64SAPYXSAPYXF3 VB, K2 VABno1http://i.imgur.com/S3rkOVC.jpg
FLYOOE HYPUE CC-S d5-13327124.50SAPYXSAPYXF6 VBno0http://i.imgur.com/uHYwbpI.jpg
FLYOOE HYPUE OV-P c8-1027007.21SAPYXSAPYXG8 VABno0http://i.imgur.com/RuSRbnh.jpg
NYEAJEE FD-E c1-22B 26751.13SAPYXSAPYXG6 VAB, K9 VAno0http://i.imgur.com/esPFSjF.jpg

Tourist notes:

Skaude: Another large, hot, humid jungle planet. A notable feature here is that the large moon is terraformable; here's the stats for it. The next planet sunwards is a terraformable HMC, but there's little else of interest in this system. The secondary star is 70,000 Ls away and has a single planet too cold to be on much use to anyone. I did take my customary screenshot of the planet with moon, but alas, this moon orbits so far away, it's barely visible (it's the grey smudge just below and to the right of the icecap); those two photobombing nebulae are Skaudai and Prua Phoe:



Flyooe Hypue 1: Near-perfectly matching gravity is the only truly Earth-like parameter of this planet; it's a bit too chilly for my taste, though the thick atmosphere no doubt helps keep aloft a wide variety of flying critters; flying fish would not surprise me. With it's broad icecaps and wide oceans with scattered small islands, this planet looks very much like a Waterworld on the long-range scanners; If I could name the planet, I'd name it "New Falklands", on the theory that the climate on those islands must be similar to the Falkland Islands on Earth. This was the first of three ELWs I found in this sector, including the one which was the waypoint system reported in my previous post. Here's a screenshot: the nebula in the background is, of course, NGC 6357, a familiar sight to anyone who's done the Sag A* Run.



Flyooe Hypue 2: A near-perfect match for the Skaude planet's parameters, though the jungle is ever so slightly hotter and more humid here, and there's no moon in the sky. The life-bearing gas giants in the outer system are the only other points of interest here. This world's only redeeming feature is that, like Flyooe Hypue 1, it lies very close to the direct line from Sol to Sag A*.

Nyeajee: just 1100 LY away from Eagle's Landing is this odd little system. The primary G class star is barren and empty; the secondary K class star is over 200,000 Ls away, so unless intra-system micro-jumping becomes a thing, the ELW in this system will likely remain unappealing to colonists and visitors. Which is a shame; this ELW co-orbits very closely it's dark twin, a terraformable HMC; the orbit is so close that the tidally-locked day is only 6.7 days long, so life here would be more tolerable than on a typical tidally-locked-to-co-orbital planet where the days can last for weeks. The world itself is another in the small, cool, thick-aired class. Here's the view:

 
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Nyeajee: just 1100 LY away from Eagle's Landing is this odd little system. The primary G class star is barren and empty; the secondary K class star is over 200,000 Ls away, so unless intra-system micro-jumping becomes a thing, the ELW in this system will likely remain unappealing to colonists and visitors. Which is a shame; this ELW co-orbits very closely it's dark twin, a terraformable HMC; the orbit is so close that the tidally-locked day is only 6.7 days long, so life here would be more tolerable than on a typical tidally-locked-to-co-orbital planet where the days can last for weeks. The world itself is another in the small, cool, thick-aired class. Here's the view:

http://i.imgur.com/4tleV1n.png
I really should go back and grab the screenies and system info, but this system name reminded me of a couple of systems I ran across not too far from yours that each had binary pairs...

Nyeajaae EI-R d5-3
Nyeajoa WF-D d13-0
 
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First batch from Sol -> Colonia trip

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... do please provide more than just a screenshot if you can. Specifically, the distance to Sol and the exact types of stars in the system. (For example, K2 VA, M9 VI) I'll still fill it out if I can, but it won't really be a priority.
Apologies ... I'll update my post with the "full" star info ASAP :eek:
 
Apologies ... I'll update my post with the "full" star info ASAP :eek:
Thanks, but no need to do it for your earlier entries now, I have looked them up since then.

@ Sapyx: I think this popped up elsewhere recently too, but in cases where the ELW-s have a binary pair (any kind of planet), then the game will list the orbital period, SMA and tidal lock towards the common barycenter they both orbit, and not towards the star. As such, since the length of days depends on the rotation relative to the star, being tidally locked to something else won't necessarily mean that days will last for weeks. Also, in multiple-star systems things are often more varied, as depending on the system's configuration, day-night cycles can become quite complex. I'd recommend checking the Orrery view on Elite Galaxy Online to get a better idea as to how this would work. (Frontier have said that they don't plan on implementing multiple star light sources yet, as it would be too computationally demanding.)
 
Heads up about the Coords sheet.

Was attempting to re-create the maps in Excel so I could overlay some other data on top of it. Everything was going great, except occasionally Excel would flip its lid and only display data on one side or the other of x = 0. Perplexed, and not terribly proficient with Excel charts, I assumed it was something I was doing wrong. Removing and re-adding the data set sometimes worked, other times didn't. And every time I had to redo all the settings for that dataset.

After much head scratching I found that a handful of coordinates listed use − (Minus Sign, U+8722) to show negative values instead of the usual - (Hyphen-Minus, U+0045) that's found on English keyboards. That's what was causing all the issues.

The affected cells lie between rows 2550 and 2587, inclusive, on the Coords sheet.

Examples: Bugged vs Unbugged
 
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@ thadius856: Thanks for the heads-up! Excel should have been able to handle that, and technically, the minus sign would be the correct one, but I replaced those with the "old" hyphen instead.

Also, something fun that I just noted: the forum software censored a username in your submission. Col 285 Sector HY-Y c14-17 A 5 was first discovered not by a CMDR STEEL, but by a CMDR STEELBATCH, and just replace the "a" in there with another letter so that it would be censored. I wonder how many other such cases I've missed.
 
mine list of ELW:

1. BLU AIN HY-A B58-105 2
2. DUMBOOE IN-K D8-4827 B2
3. DUMBOOE OO-I D9-2372 A6
4 . THROEPPS HL-P D5-891 A 5
5. SYNOOKIO MZ-F D11-92 B 4
6. HYPIO PRI VL-X B7-132 3
7. WEPUE EC-C D13-6932 9
8. WEPUE RO-I D9-6182 BCD 5
9. HYPOE FLYI SY-S E3-4 AB 5
10. DRYOI PRI RR-W D1-1200 B 1
11. EORLD PRI EK-R D4-1281 8
12. PYRAMIO UF-F D11-9 8
13. THAILEIA SG-T C17-1 2

14. FLYUA DRYOAE QJ-Q D5-5 5



http://sagittariusa.co.nf/first-to-discover/
 
I really should go back and grab the screenies and system info, but this system name reminded me of a couple of systems I ran across not too far from yours that each had binary pairs...

Nyeajaae EI-R d5-3
Nyeajoa WF-D d13-0
It's probably just statistical clustering, but there are two other systems in the Errors database in the Nyeaj Region with multiple ELWS: I was looking for some interesting waypoints to aim for on my next leg, so I've just stopped off at them to scan them; the List only has screenshots of one in each system. So here they are; I haven't used the table format, since all the data is correct for the system except for the missing screenshots:

NYEAJEE SY-Z d36 - This system has a very rare trinary co-orbital set of ELWs. It might even be worth flagging as a tourist beacon for that reason, but the view from here isn't all that spectacular - the planets are too far apart (see the screenshot below). The system map looks quite spectacular, though. This was one of Glyn-ie's original contributions, but there was only a screenshot of one of the planets. So planet 5 is already on the List, but planets 3 and 4 are on the Errors list as "missing screenshot". Well, here they all are:

NYEAJEE SY-Z d36 3: http://i.imgur.com/P31vx10.png
NYEAJEE SY-Z d36 4: http://i.imgur.com/oh5WzBu.png
NYEAJEE SY-Z d36 5: http://i.imgur.com/edkEcwE.png (already on List)

Tourist notes: Besides the oddness of having three ELWs co-orbiting each other, each world has uniqueness of their own. Planet 3 has identical mass and temperature to Earth but a tidally-locked day 153 days long, while planet 4 has one of the highest parallel-Earth scores I've observed, with identical surface gravity, average temperature and volcanism. Planet 5 is, by contrast, a hot jungle planet.



NYEAJEAU IL-W d2-17 - This system is unlikely to attract colonists and visitors, despite the multiple ELWs, because they're all around the third star, 115,000 Ls away. Only two of the planets are ELWs, the third outermost planet is a terraformable WW, it might pay the same but doesn't make it onto the List. Again, Planet C 7 is already on the List, Planet C 6 is on the Errors with "Missing Screenshot".

NYEAJEAU IL-W d2-17 C 6: http://i.imgur.com/OReQV2l.png
NYEAJEAU IL-W d2-17 C 7: http://i.imgur.com/193TkDa.png (already on List)
NYEAJEAU IL-W d2-17 C 7 a: http://i.imgur.com/JfYD2ON.png (stats for the landable moon)

Tourist notes: Having two ELWs orbiting an M-class star is rather rare, I'd imagine, and would be very rare indeed for non-co-orbiting worlds around a solitary M-class star. In this system, the G-class primary star is too remote to contribute, but star B is also G class and only 5100 Ls away, which presumably helps make the outer reaches of the M star warm enough for life. These two worlds are definitely a contrast: C6 is hot, not too humid for the temperature, with rather large landmasses, so I'd hazard a guess it would qualify more as "desert planet" than "jungle planet"; C7 is much colder, but the matching atmospheric pressure should make Earthlings feel at home, as would the moon being the same size in the sky as the sun (though both moon and sun are a bit closer than on Earth); I didn't get a real good picture, as the moon was new at the time I flew past:



@ Sapyx: I think this popped up elsewhere recently too, but in cases where the ELW-s have a binary pair (any kind of planet), then the game will list the orbital period, SMA and tidal lock towards the common barycenter they both orbit, and not towards the star. As such, since the length of days depends on the rotation relative to the star, being tidally locked to something else won't necessarily mean that days will last for weeks. Also, in multiple-star systems things are often more varied, as depending on the system's configuration, day-night cycles can become quite complex. I'd recommend checking the Orrery view on Elite Galaxy Online to get a better idea as to how this would work. (Frontier have said that they don't plan on implementing multiple star light sources yet, as it would be too computationally demanding.)
Yes, I know; my point was, most of the co-orbiting tidally-locked ELWs I've seen have had such remote orbits that (a) the co-orbiting planet isn't very scenic, and (b) the day length is correspondingly long. I was pleasantly surprised by this one.
 
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Earthlike world found EOL PRUAE TW-C c29-2 AB5 (border region of the dryman sector which is permit locked)
AB4 is a terraforming candidate
AB6 is a waterworld
AB8 is also a waterworld

This is a somewhat special system with 2 WW, 1 ELW, 1 TC Something we dont see to often
 
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Dumperoo.

System namePlanet IDDist. From Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsSS URLCoord. XCoord. YCoord. ZNotes
Swoilz QM-M c10-2A 5736.43SPLITHORSECAPRICA-SIXG9 VAB, M6 VANo0http://puu.sh/txK62/55ea3688a1.png293.09-39.56674.44
Praea Euq LS-J b22-142773.09ECKIE THUMPCAPRICA-SIXM7 VANo0http://puu.sh/txKm5/619f76b2e1.png320.5-17.44703.31
Swoilz VA-U d4-515793.95FEY DRAKECAPRICA-SIXA9 VINo1http://puu.sh/txKJK/b6164acd3a.png397.5-32.66686.5
Swoilz LO-O d7-100B 31041.3WARR3NCAPRICA-SIXF5 VB, K8 VA, K6 VANo1http://puu.sh/txLLf/5adb6cf28b.png559.53-173.09860.97
Praea Euq TJ-I d9-20A 31119.99PC JIMMMYCAPRICA-SIXK9 VA, M8 VA, L4 VNo0http://i.imgur.com/7iIrLQG.png397.477.031047.06
Praea Euq TJ-I d9-4511139.86VICTORIA GREENWOODCAPRICA-SIXG4 VABNo0http://i.imgur.com/hNbFbbu.png380.944.441074.31
Praea Euq HC-D d12-10331381.53XASTISCAPRICA-SIXF8 VBNo0http://i.imgur.com/TCmPAdF.png504.94-13.061285.88
Swoilz MC-K c25-2B 91444.16TWOWHOLEWORMSCAPRICA-SIXK0 VZ, K0 VZNo0http://i.imgur.com/FMt8iFS.png606.94-71.561308.47
Praea Euq NN-K d8-12AB 31132.9THE LAWCAPRICA-SIXF5 VAB, K2 VA, M2 VA, L6 VNo0http://i.imgur.com/oyHh5KT.png547.44176.81975.97
Praea Euq RI-K d8-22A 51220.42_CAMPIONCAPRICA-SIXG0 VAB, K2 VABNo1http://i.imgur.com/JJrD4CN.png708.8859.94991.63
Praea Euq LG-W c15-011251.1MENELDILCAPRICA-SIXK3 VANo1http://i.imgur.com/XiX4UvB.png858.0619.06910.28
Praea Euq EV-G d10-5521572.82TWOCALFCAPRICA-SIXF2 VBNo0http://puu.sh/tAxC8/b8dfb3d540.png1086.7574.751134.53Trinary w/ HMC and ELW
Praea Euq YD-I c23-611708.88EFILONECAPRICA-SIXK5 VANo0http://puu.sh/tAybI/921b80265e.png1173.2852.591241.34
NGC 5662 Sector PM-V b2-042079.24AIKATHOMPSONCAPRICA-SIXM7 VANo0http://puu.sh/tABuw/fd4a65ab79.png1501.7824.721437.81


5 of my last 6 ELWs I've landed have been untagged but in EDDN/EDSM. T'was really temping to snag em (and at 10j apart each, a fair distance apart), but I resisted. I have the data in a safe place and know who 4 of the 5 CMDRs are... will be watching for tags to be applied.
 
And one more error-correction entry in the region of space I'm travelling through. I'll do a table for this one, since quite a lot of the data is missing.

System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeRinged EL?MoonsScreenshot URL
BLEIA DRYIAE YY-Z c16-23AB 34864.03WERDNASAPYXK5 VAB, L6 V, M8 VANo1http://i.imgur.com/IfHjVQM.png

This world, orbiting a dim K-class star with an even dimmer L-class companion, is another in the small, cold, thin-aired ELW category. There's also a quite high land:sea ratio, so I'd call this a tundra planet. It has a moon (here's the stats page for it), but this hasn't kept it from becoming tidally locked to the AB stellar barycentre. Planet AB4 is a terraformable waterworld. The third M-class star is only 2100 Ls away but has little to offer, unless you desperately need another small airless planet to land on. Of note to tourists visiting the region is the nearby Bleia Dryiae HF-W b35-1 system, only 40 LY away, which contains a rare Green Giant planet.

 
@ dagged: Please provide screenshots of your finds. If you'll check the first post, or any posts in this thread, you'll notice that they are required. On your site, I only saw the screenshot of one ELW - if there are more but I just didn't find them, my bad!
Also, since you haven't submitted your systems to EDSM (you can do that easily via third-party programs like EDDiscovery) I don't know the distances to Sol. Could you provide them? The coordinates should be stored in your netlogs, which utilities can parse automatically too, provided you visited them any time after ED 2.0. Otherwise, if you can't, then you'll have to wait till someone else who's near Sol submits them, and I'm quite far from it now.

@ dynamicbob: Welcome to the list! Unfortunately, since the distance to Sol is missing, I can't add this to the list proper yet. Please refer to my reply to dagged above on how to get them, as your system isn't on EDSM either.

@ Sapyx: thanks for the more missing stuff! Always nice to read some more info on the planets too. Also, thanks for the moon screenshots! The quest to find more with volcanism continues.


Also, a minor update: I cleaned up the Contributors sheet, and forum names are no longer checked for, unless the CMDR name is not available. My apologies to those whose Earth-likes were counted wrong! Although curiously, nobody came forward and said that they have twice as many as they should, heh. Also, turns out I had one "extra" ELW too, first discovered by CMDR Karl Marx. Oops.
 
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