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Columbus's Peak

Created: 2022-12-30 06:21:01 Last Edited: 2022-12-30 12:53:31
  Submitted by: KOLUMBUS
Star System:Eorgh Prou SI-J d9-59
Coordinates:-10385.6 / -898.906 / 20260.6
Sol Distance: 22,785.1 ly
Region:Inner Scutum-Centaurus Arm
Category:Sights and Scenery


A small crater with a pointed outcrop, from which you have a fantastic view of the parent gas giant.


The moon A 3 a has an orbital inclination of 47.92°, an orbital period of 1.6 days, and it's tidally locked to its parent gas giant. At the coordinates -15.1681 / -64.5893, a small pointed rock formation inside a crater offers a good view of the planet.

The moon's atmosphere consists of 99.9% oxygen and 0.1% sulphur dioxide, and offers a clear view of the surrounding stars.

A few pictures of the point on the planet:

Two examples of other planets in the system:

ID64 Address:2035520721235
EDSM ID:78215900

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Revision History:

 Edited By  Edited Date 
 CMDR Marx   2022-12-30 12:53:31 
 Eahlstan   2022-12-30 11:27:47 
 KOLUMBUS  2022-12-30 06:21:01 
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