The next step on my journey to Colonia was from
Sacaqawea Space Port in the Skaudaii AA-A Nebula to Gagarin Gate in the Gru Hypue AA-A Nebula, between the 14th March and the 25th March 3303. This was covered in Exploration Streams #7-10, which are available on my youtube channel!
Sacaqawea Space Port to Gagarin Gate Gallery
Prua Phoe WD-A D1-16 1. Nice view of a lava planet very close to star (13 ls)
Prua Phoe D3-82 2 (an HMC) just eclipsing its sun (gas giant 1 companion in the background)
Prua Phoe HW-U D3-82 1 with moon 1A on the left.
Prua Phoe HW-U D3-82 3A view from its very close moon 3AA (they orbit 3, a brown dwarf)
Prua Phoe TY-N C8-13 1. Planet orbiting the star so quickly that it visibly moves in its orbit when I’m out of supercruise (0.02 AU sma)
Prua Phoe MI-R D5-315 1. Close planet with a ring system.
Octopus Nebula (Prua Phoe AA-A H69 nebula)
Prua Phoe IP-A C16-2 4. Gas giant in system inside Octopus Nebula from its icy moon 4A.
Prua Phoe IP-A C16-2 4 amd 4A, with 5 in the background.
Prua Phoe CL-Y G1 A and B. B is a Herbig Ae/Be in front of its B companion. Looks like an egg!
Prua Phoe QP-M D8-230 5A – looking at gas giant primary from a canyon on its innermost moon.
Prua Phoe QP-M D8-230 5A – the gas giant eclipsing the sun.
Prua Phoe SJ-Q E5-93 8 – view from a Class IV gas giant’s innermost moon.
Prua Phoe IV-G C26-55 B 8 – a very odd Ammonia World that was listed with no atmosphere!
Clooku UY-A E1204 Nebula, seen from a distance of 2.23 ly from a neighbouring system.
The black hole at the centre of the Clooku nebula, from 17.8 km away. (it was 2.6 solar masses)
I managed to get to a distance of only 25 metres from the black hole! This is what it looks like from there.
Some asteroids in the Clooku Nebula, dimly lit only by the nebula itself.
Clooku PX-B D94 8 D – A ringed Waterworld satellite of a gas giant (visible to the right of the water world), with the Clooku Nebula in the background.
Rest stop on the surface of Clooku PX-B D94 8 B, one of the other moons of the gas giant that the waterworld orbits.
Clooku PX-B D94 8 B and its primary, with lots of nebulae in the background!
Clooku FR-C D716 A/B – millisecond neutron star bowtie with M companion.
Clooku ZV-C D2340 A – view from the first planet of this 33 solar radius giant MS star.
Clooku QR-E C14-278 ABC1 – a terraformable waterworld orbiting a K/M/M V trinary star system.
Clooku EB-X F1-58 A – a 7.12 MS black hole.
Clooku LY-G D11-899 2 – Insane hell world – 8 earth masses, 5171 K temperature, 118,000 atm pressure.
Clooku CG-E D12-105 5 – a 2.21 Earth mass Class I Gas Babby with a Jupiter-class ammonia-life bearing companion GG in the background.
Clooku GW-D D12-38 AB1 – a small Metal-rich Body orbiting a close binary A/K V pair separated by only 1.5 million km.
Clooku GW-D D12-38 AB2/2a – the second planet and its moon, orbiting the close binary.
Clooku RN-B D13-66 – DC White Dwarf star.
Looking at the Gru Hypue Nebula from the nearby Gru Hypue HH-V D2-2 system. Gagarin is in sight!
Touchdown at Gagarin Gate! Gru Hypue KS-T D3-31 4. Totals: 4,158418 Cr. Ranger 35%.