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Phoi Phyloea AA-A h167 nebula

Created: 2022-06-22 13:44:52 Last Edited: 2022-06-22 13:44:52
  Submitted by: cmdrmarx
Star System:Phoi Phyloea UO-Z e1
Coordinates:-5742.28 / 2501.72 / 33728.5
Sol Distance: 34,305.2 ly


At 2,500 ly above the galactic plane, this is the highest large nebula.

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:

    Orange Smoke Nebula (nebula), Phoi Phyloea UO-Z e1


The Phoi Phyloea AA-A h167 nebula is situated 2,500 ly above the galactic plane, and this makes it the highest one in the galaxy. (Excluding some planetary nebulae.) It's close enough to the galactic core that it can still be reached without too much difficulty. Unfortunately, there are few star systems to be found around the nebula, and none inside. Also, as it is a dark nebula, it's barely visible unless Commanders view it in front of the Milky Way.

ID64 Address:5454818124
EDSM ID:3960468

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 cmdrmarx   2022-06-22 13:44:52 
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