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Via Gravitatis

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Created: 2022-05-05 15:03:36 Last Edited: 2022-05-09 19:50:14
  Submitted by: Varonica on behalf of Varonica
Star System:KOI 1701
Coordinates:-5931.06 / 887.75 / 1361.28
Sol Distance: 6,149.69 ly
Region:Inner Orion Spur
Category:Planetary Features


A very high gravity landable planet, over 45 G.

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:

    Via Gravitatis (planetFeatures), KOI 1701


Discovered during a survey of previously unrecorded KOI catalogue systems, Via Gravitatis (KOI 1701 A) is Currently the record highest gravity for a landable planet, as of September 6, 3307. The previous was 11.6 G, making this a significantly larger world.

Astrophotography by CMDR rex1973

ID64 Address:1155572988
EDSM ID:68741857

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[GMP] Sifou Bubble Depot  1,180.84  N/A  Sifou WK‑I b37‑1 
Taylor's Ring  1,233.62  3.28  Sifou MU‑N c7‑0 
[GMP] NGC 6871  1,249.39  N/A  V1820 Cygni 
[GMP] Medusa's Rock  1,286.77  N/A  Crescent Sector G... 
[GMP] Crescent Nebula  1,288.06  N/A  Crescent Sector B... 
[GMP] KY Cygni  1,392.23  N/A  KY Cygni 
[GMP] NGC 6842  1,439.42  N/A  Csi+29‑19529 
[GMP] NGC 7026 Nebula  1,516.29  N/A  Csi+47‑21046 
Messages for this POI:
Reason:Information2022-05-05 23:26:54
From:Richard Fluiraniz M.
IMPORTANT: For those interested in knowing: The Gravity Strenght is similar to The Lithobreaker, The Mighty, and other 9+ G bodies. This was evaluated in the 3307 High G Summerslam expedition, which had its members landing on the previously mentioned High-G bodies. We all concluded that the gravity felt was 9G+ rather than the absurd 45 G.

For more info: https://www.edsm.net/en/expeditions/summary/id/153/name/SWS+HIGH-G+SUMMER+SLAMDOWN+3307+EXPEDITION

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Revision History:

 Edited By  Edited Date 
 Richard Fluiraniz M.   2022-05-09 19:50:14 
 Varonica  2022-05-05 15:03:36 
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