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Rusalka's Trilemma

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Created: 2022-05-06 21:49:59 Last Edited: 2022-11-23 16:24:22
  Discovered and Submitted by: Just Bear Li
Star System:Scaulae ZL-C d13-11
Coordinates:-18636.8 / -772.219 / 29569.5
Sol Distance: 34,961.2 ly
Region:Outer Orion-Perseus Conflux
Category:Planetary Features


A ringed Gas Giant with Water-based Life circled by three watery moons: a ringed Earth-Like World, a second Earth-Like World, and a ringed Water World.

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:

    Rusalka's Trilemma (planetFeatures), Scaulae ZL-C d13-11


This system, close to the Bendurion's Present Nebula, contains a ringed gas-giant with water-based life that is circled by three water moons: a ringed Earth-like world, a second Earth-like world, and a ringed Water World.

Rusalka was a water-nymph from the 19th century opera of the same name by Dvorak; she sang a poignant song of love and longing to the beautiful moon - but which moon would she sing to here?

The Earth-like world 6 a is visible beyond the gas giant, from water world 6 c:

6 a: from the gas giant's ring system

The other two moons can be seen through 6 a's rings, beyond the gas giant (6 c lower left, 6 b below and between the Earth-like world and the gas giant)

In the inner system, moons 1 b and 1 c are very close:

Close moons 1 b and 1 c

ID64 Address:384525243635
EDSM ID:50850691

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Reason:Comment2023-01-31 00:50:12
From:Tyysun Eson
This is perhaps the pinnacle system I've ever seen. A spread of three fantastic EL and WW moons!
Replies: 0Visibility: Public 
Reason:Praise2022-05-06 21:59:38
From:Richard Fluiraniz M.
This is a reasonably lovely sight; too bad that it was not taken from the surface of a planet. But still fairly nice.
Replies: 2Visibility: Public 
From:Tyysun Eson   2023-01-31 00:48:42
This is perhaps the pinnacle system I've ever seen. A spread of three fantastic EL and WW moons!
From:Richard Fluiraniz M.    2023-01-31 00:49:46

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