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Wolf's Vegetarian Delight

★ RARE ★
Created: 2022-05-06 02:31:34 Last Edited: 2022-05-06 02:31:34
  Submitted by: Marxanthius
Star System:HR 6265
Coordinates:881.375 / 33.4062 / 3041.31
Sol Distance: 3,166.63 ly
Region:Inner Orion Spur


A smorgasbord of rare organic life to see based on a Wolf-Rayet star


A beautiful blue white Wolf-Rayet class star is at the heart of this system, with a number of crispy planets in orbit. Where this system really gets interesting is the white dwarf orbiting about 86K ls around this Wolf-Rayet. 4 gas giants and 1 high metal content orbit that white dwarf, and between those 5 bodies they have 20 moons, 11 of which support biological life.

This isn't a case where one organism just happened to jump planets, this system is a veritable smorgasbord of life. 16 different varieties can be found within this system.

Aleoida Laminiae - Grey
Bacterium Alcyoneum - Amethyst
Bacterium Aurasus - Amethyst
Cactoida Lapis - Indigo
Concha Labiata - Lime
Frutexa Acus - Orange
Frutexa Flabellum - Orange
Fungoida Setisis - Gold
Stratum Excutitus - Red
Stratum Laminamus - Red
Stratum Paleas - Red
Tubus Compagibus - Lime
Tussock Cultro - Orange
Tussock Ignis - Orange
Tussock Pennata - Orange
Tussock Ventusa - Orange

This system has a number of rare biological life that will be difficult to find elsewhere in the galaxy given that they need the light from a Wolf-Rayet star to provide the colours you will find here, but obviously they can't live on a burnt up rock sitting too close to said star.

The primary picture is located on B 4 B in a Carbon Dioxide atmosphere, while the following is located on B 3 D which is an ammonia based atmosphere.

cactoida in amonia atmosphere

ID64 Address:10661923483
EDSM ID:21570

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Nearest Neighbors:

 POI Name  Distance  Rating   System 
[GMP] The Doppelgangers  308.41  N/A  Tr 24 Sector IW‑V... 
[GMP] The Bug Nebula (NGC ...  400.36  N/A  CD‑36 11341 
[GMP] Guardians of Scorpius  599.04  N/A  SO4‑H1E 2000 
[GMP] June's Garden  685.34  N/A  Tr 24 Sector GL‑P... 
[GMP] Cycladia  694.83  N/A  Blu Thua GI‑B b55‑2 
[GMP] V945 Scorpii  842.61  N/A  V945 Scorpii 
[GMP] Endleofan  858.79  N/A  Tr 24 Sector JH‑K... 
[GMP] NGC 6563  908.35  N/A  CD‑33 12935 
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Reason:Feedback2022-05-06 06:00:40
From:Richard Fluiraniz M.
I would love to see the Biosinsights logs for this.So far, I've never seen life in a wolf rayet system too bad they light the light they had in horizons. Great find! But I would not travel to here unless for getting those logs or to make some science

[Edited: 2022-05-08 18:49:46]
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 Marxanthius  2022-05-06 02:31:34 
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