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Eodgorsts Anomaly Clusters

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Created: 2022-05-06 15:32:26 Last Edited: 2022-05-09 13:51:26
  Submitted by: CMDR Marx
Star System:Eodgorsts UR-W d1-77
Coordinates:-1496.59 / 105.281 / 10665.4
Sol Distance: 10,770.4 ly
Region:Inner Scutum-Centaurus Arm
Category:Notable Stellar Phenomena


Three clusters of systems, each housing a different type of Anomalies.


This system was first noted in early 3301, when CMDR Puca discovered that it housed a record at that time: six life-bearing gas giants. After a brief mention in the Universal Cartographics Galactic Record Breakers, the system fell into obscurity, only to attract renewed attention several years later, in 3306 and 3307. Three different kinds of Anomalies were found in three clusters of systems, all of which are quite close together:

  1. Eodgorsts UR-W d1-77 itself houses P06-Type Anomalies
  2. Eodgorsts WN-L b8-18 and others house L07-Type Anomalies
  3. Eodgorsts TX-C b13-3 and others house Q05-Type Anomalies

All three types seem tied to gas giants with life, either water-based organisms or ammonia-based ones.

L07-Type Anomaly The L07-Type Anomalies are found in systems containing gas giants with ammonia-based life. These high-energy phenomena are visually impressive, but thankfully, they don't disrupt ship systems (as many other Anomalies do) and are quite safe to approach.

P06-Type Anomaly The P06-Type Anomalies are found in systems containing ringed gas or water giants with water-based life. Explorers should exercise caution when approaching these Anomalies, as they are known to emit energy pulses that will deal some minor damage to ship shields, or hull.

The Q05-Type Anomalies are found in systems containing ringed gas or water giants with water-based life. Out of the three kinds of Anomalies found in this cluster, these ones can be the most dangerous: if a spaceship comes too close to them, they flare up and heat the surrounding space rapidly. If a ship overheats, then it might take internal (or even hull armour) damage before the cooling system vents enough heat to bring temperature back into a safe range. Clusters of these Anomalies offer some beautiful sights, but explorers are advised to only admire them from a safe distance.

ID64 Address:2655875255699
EDSM ID:12080819

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Nearest Neighbors:

 POI Name  Distance  Rating   System 
[GMP] Lair of Unicorns  617.74  N/A  Ellairb SJ‑B b42‑10 
[GMP] Daughter's Reach  1,152.25  N/A  Ellairb UL‑N c7‑33 
[GMP] Shish  1,289.16  N/A  Pru Ain NN‑J d9‑12 
[GMP] Babushka  1,357.27  N/A  Eidairld TX‑U d2‑22 
Big Icy and the Dwarfs  1,413.07  4.29  Bleae Aewsy SK‑D ... 
[GMP] The Norma Southern Gate  1,415.39  N/A  Eodgorsts GO‑F d1... 
[GMP] Arethusa  1,617.41  N/A  Skaudou TO‑I d9‑17 
[GMP] The Great Disk in th...  1,680.03  N/A  Flyae Eaec MH‑L d... 

Carriers Last Seen in this System:

 Callsign   Name  Date 
VFX‑7XK  AMERIGO VESPUCCI  2023‑03‑11 17:50:22 
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Revision History:

 Edited By  Edited Date 
 CMDR Marx   2022-05-09 13:51:26 
 CMDR Marx   2022-05-06 15:39:25 
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