Perseus 3 – Pharos X10

16 Nov 2018

The neutron star in Phrua Phoe QK-F d11-5 has a distance of only 10.8ls from an M class red dwarf. The intertwined embrace of this pair of stars can be observed from a landable planet and moon only 45ls away.

Landing on the moon ‘AB 1 a’ you can be greeted by a dark and atmospheric location when the neutron star is being eclipsed by the red dwarf, this is soon replaced by a mauve light as the neutron star returns to dominating the skyline. At coordinates -4.347, -93.587 a silicate vapour geyser volcanic field can be located.