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Jo Ella's Flares

Created: 2022-05-13 18:24:59 Last Edited: 2022-11-17 00:32:16
  Submitted by: Baxder on behalf of Nik Fury
Star System:Gru Hypue AA-A g4
Coordinates:-5179.88 / -933.469 / 13505.6
Sol Distance: 14,494.9 ly
Region:Inner Scutum-Centaurus Arm
Category:Stellar Features
Category:Sights and Scenery


A closed binary system that consists of Neutron Pulsar and a Black Hole, on the way to Colonia. It also features good views of the nearby nebula and the other celestial bodies within the system.

Notice: This POI shares the same star system with a prior existing entry in the Galactic Mapping Project (GMP). You can visit the original entry using the link below:

    Jo Ella's Flares (stellarRemnant), Gru Hypue AA-A g4


This system is an occasional popular stop for fleet carrier in their way to Colonia

This black hole system features four distinctive bodies: three neutron stars and a black hole which are all visible in the entry point: the so called "Flares".

Body C, another Neutron Star, can be seen from the distance

The parent has a fast orbit with its binary neutron star of only 3.7 hours with a semi major axis of 1,862,217 km.

Body D can also be seen faintly from the entry point

Being relatively close to one of the outposts on the Colonia Highway, this system would make for a nice stop for any passenger liner, having both a black hole and a fast spinning neutron star extremely close together making for a beautiful sight right on the arrival point.

As seen in this picture, the temperatures of ships rise to a high enough level that heat vents are automatically activated, even while being relatively far.

Travelers should be wary while getting close to the Black Hole, as the temperature rises significantly due to the proximity of both stars. There should also exercise caution if they decide to "spend the night" near the black hole, as one could end up waking up to "Hazardous Environment" alarms blaring throughout their ship.

The name of this entry comes from the feminine of the Hebrew name Joel, which means "Yahweh is God". Joella was also the name of the original discoverer's wife.

ID64 Address:286912982
EDSM ID:6879442

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Nearest Neighbors:

 POI Name  Distance  Rating   System 
[GMP] Jo Ella's Flares  0.04  N/A  Gru Hypue AA‑A g4 
Gru Hypue AA‑A h69 nebula ...  180.54  4.06  Gru Hypue JS‑T d3‑43 
Gagarin Gate  223.07  3.54  Gru Hypue KS‑T d3‑31 
[GMP] Gagarin Gate  223.09  N/A  Gru Hypue KS‑T d3‑31 
[GMP] Vostok‑1 Nebula  223.09  N/A  Gru Hypue KS‑T d3‑31 
[GMP] Celestial Embrace  629.71  N/A  Blua Hypue KM‑H b... 
[GMP] Teapot Trap  1,083.43  N/A  Floalt YG‑S c5‑48 
[GMP] The Crux  1,083.50  N/A  Nuekuae AA‑A h52 

Carriers Last Seen in this System:

 Callsign   Name  Date 
THY‑W5H    2024‑02‑06 18:26:05 
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