|Created: 2022-05-04 19:39:43 Last Edited: 2022-05-04 21:24:03|
|Submitted by: Richard Fluiraniz M. ☀ on behalf of Richard Fluiraniz m.|
|Star System:||Systimbau AA-A h63|
|Coordinates:||-4813.88 / -606.781 / 27428.1|
|Sol Distance:||27,853.9 ly|
|Category:||Sights and Scenery|
A 4 Black Hole system with multiple anomalies. A distortion of 3 black holes in the distance combined with many neighboring stars (one of them being a ringed M class) creates an astonishing effect.
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:
The Dandelion Anomaly system consists of four black holes, one ringed M class, 11 other stars, with 8 of them orbiting three black holes relatively close to each other 96k ls from the primary black hole. What is curious about the latter is that the lensing effect emits light to such a degree that it is equally or even brighter than stars closer to the bodies in the central star. One example is seen on the moon A 2 a, a planet orbiting inside the ringed M class A 2. Despite his parent body's closer proximity (figure 3.2), the anomaly emits an even brighter light (figure 3.1). Therefore, creating a planet of "Endless days" which is hit with light from both sides, never giving sleep to whoever lands on the planet. And as it thought there could be no more surprises, there is life on the anomaly relatively close to the black holes! Close to them, we have some landables with an atmosphere with modest land-based lifeforms (Figure 5 Stratum) that defy all possibilities and thrive despite the gravitational anomaly. Indeed a pretty exciting system to behold and stop. Going towards the anomaly can create a fascinating lensing effect that would surprise the most veteran explorers visiting Odin's hold.
Figure 1:The anomaly from system entry.
Figure 2: System Map.
Figure 3.1: Anomaly daylight side
Figure 3.2: A2A by its parent body (A2) daylight. These pictures (3.1 & 3.2) were taken at the same spot.
Figure 5: Stratum on Systimbau AA-A h63 BCD 5 f
Figure 6: The Dandelion anomaly Black holes B, C and D in 5000 ls away
Figure 7: A Dandelion sunrise from A2A
EDSM Traffic Report
EDSM Estimated Value
|[GMP] The Dandelion Anomaly||0.01||N/A||Systimbau AA‑A h63|
|[GMP] The Creeper Nebula||1,253.41||N/A||Phroi Pruae VU‑P ...|
|[GMP] Algriel||1,300.33||N/A||Juenoea BL‑P e5‑2417|
|[GMP] Lava Ball Nebula||1,344.72||N/A||Juenoi XY‑S e3‑2780|
|[GMP] The Azure Venn Nebula||1,426.42||N/A||Systimbo ZK‑P e5‑...|
|[GMP] Herülf's Wa...||1,506.55||N/A||Juenoi AA‑A h23|
|[GMP] The Dewdrop Nebula||1,510.46||N/A||Systimbo ZA‑O e6‑...|
|[GMP] Juenoi Archer Alpha||1,675.43||N/A||Juenoi TD‑B e7604|
Carriers Last Seen in this System:
|KFF‑45X||SWS//LOCKHEART (VII)||2023‑03‑27 00:53:37|
I love this one. It's a great spin on a common phenomena.
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|Richard Fluiraniz M. ☀||2022-05-04 21:24:03|