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Original submission for Gru Hypai DL-X e1-20 nebula (Gru Hypai Stellar Remnant)

Original submission, by Gadnok [2022-07-29 23:48:08]
Gru Hypai DL-X e1-20 nebula (Gru Hypai Stellar Remnant)
Gru Hypai DL-X e1-20
Stellar Features
Norma Expanse
A black hole centered double-globular planetary nebula containing a dark gas giant with Notable Stellar Phenomena in its rings, including several K02-Type Anomalies.

The Gru Hypai Stellar Remnant is a beautiful blue, double-globular planetary nebula that was formed when the system's host star went supernova; leaving a Black Hole with 2.9219 solar masses in its wake.

The gravitational lensing effects are made prominent by the surrounding blue sheen of the nebula.

Planet 2 is a Class III gas giant that appears jet black in the shadow of the Y brown dwarf star, the only dim light source in the system.

In its dark rings you will find three points of Notable Stellar Phenomena, one containing prasinum metallic crystals and solid mineral spheres, and two which are hiding several K02-Type Anomalies.

A K02-Type Anomaly is a mysterious glob of high-energy light, made up of slow-moving drifting particles. They appear as yellow light and will do gradual damage to your ship when making direct contact.

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