How one commander did a circle trip around the Milky Way
Just a few days ago I made a post about commander Fireytoad and his great feat of visiting all the corners of the galaxy... a few days later something even better emerged from the depths of space. Meet commander Crusina...
... one amazing commander who pretty much made a round trip around the Milky Way and documented it all! Locations, routes and even one amazing video that shows footage of some of the best places he visited.
As commander Crusina mentioned in his original report - these are some of the most noticable locations he found:
- IWAINCH AA-A H24 – Blue Supergiant (possibly a hypergiant). Larger then Betelgeuse.
- XOTHULA ZE-P D6-774 – Dual Binary Earthlikes in a nebula
- DRYIO BLOO UO-A F1602 – Black hole system with landable planets with Red Giant and a Neutron star
- UMBAISK AA-A H45 – Quadruple Black Hole system with a planet only 20ls away from a binary black hole pair. Hope to come back in the future to land, pitch black.
- AGNAIRY AA-A H4 – Quintuple star system with gas giant in close orbit. (You can see it at the 9:37 mark)
- FOJAEA VY-A E1158 – Extremely interesting system. Ringed T-Tauris and a bunch of planets within .1ls of each other allowing for incredible vistas. The one you want to visit is the ringed star on the bottom with two binary moons
- PHOO FREAU AA-A H29 – Extremely rare wolf Rayet pair in a trinary star system. One is your standard blue hue, the other is a Y class looking star. The last is a fast rotating AB/HE star. The spots on the red wolf rayet, like in the other one I found, move around. Very interesting. You can see the moving spots here (different system but same kind of wolf rayet): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qq2CpZC_D0U
- Found 28 earth likes in nebula total. Probably missed quite a few more. On a side note, found a fast rotating orange AB/HE
- DRYIO BLOO RU-W D2-588 – EARTHLIKE ORBITING TRINARY M CLASS STARS ORBITING A NEUTRON STAR
- EOR AUDST WP-G D10-2525 – K class red giant with 3 closely orbiting stars, one close to the giant, and two in a very close binary orbit a little further away.
- KYLOAKS AA-A H7 – “edge” of the black hole is over 300ls away. Making it by far, the largest black hole I have ever found. Also has a ringed Y class star, a M class star, as well as a very rare ringed L class star.
- OOB CHREOU TU-I B9-36 – Volcanic planet very close to L class star. I believe it was within 2ls. Very fun place to visit probably as most of the surface is clearly molten later on.
- CHOOMEOU AA-A H1 – O class supergiant with five stars orbiting.
- EOWYG BRAI AA-A H2 – A class supergiant with wolf-rayet companion star.
- DRYOOE PROU EQ-Y D104 – Hot jupiter within 9ls of a M class star…with a red giant within 70ls on the OTHER side
His journey report ends with this quote:
On a last note, KYLOABS SJ-G E5 6013 is a planetary nebula pretty close to Jacques. In my opinion it is the most beautiful area in the entire game. It's an intoxicating feeling because there is this odd effect where if you move a bit away from stars they suddenly glow a bit. You can see it in the "finding home" video at the 7:03 to 7:37 mark. Visit the area around it and the nebula itself (you can see the nebula at the 0:18 mark in the video). It's just...wow.
Exploration is just "honk and jump" indeed, am I right?