Sights to See

Explorers in The Fatherhood have travelled to the farthest points of the galaxy. Below are some of the more stunning places that are well worth a visit.

Lost Souls Expedition

The Lost Souls Expedition launched in October 3304, and took members on a trip south toward the historic Formadine Rift area.

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Cmdr "Scoop" EliAviAri
Cmdr “Scoop” EliAviAri

Perseus Transit Deep Exploration

This route took CMDR Randalph Roddleton to Magellan’s Star, the most easterly system in the galaxy, 40.503 LY east of Sol. 

VY Canis Majoris
The largest known star currently discovered, and just a mere 1,800 LYs from Sol. VY Canis Majoris was one of the first destinations for pioneer explorers during the early “gamma-phase” of testing current FSD technology.
Sagan Research Centre
An asteroid base providing the following services: Docking, Contacts, Exploration, Commodities, Refuel, Repair, Restock, Crew Lounge, Auto-Dock, Tuning, Power Contact, Mission.
Pharos X10
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.
Ostium Tenebris
This small black hole (around 2.75 solar masses) at the end of the Perseus Transit region is a rarity in this region of low star density and a good beacon to the vacuum that awaits you if you continue to descend the Perseus arm to the Tenebris Region. At 35413 ly from Sol and 38046 ly from Sagittarius A*, you can play with the effects of gravitational lenses on the distant light of our galaxy.
Perseus 5 - Magellan's Star
Situated beyond the edge of the Perseus arm, where the Tenebris and the Perseus Fade gives way to the intergalactic void, lies Magellan’s Star. This is currently believed to be the most easterly system in the galaxy, 40.503 LY east of Sol.
The system is named in honour of Ferdinand Magellan one of old Earth’s great explorers.
Goliath's Sling
The last gas giant of this system has an unusually large ring surrounding it. The outer radius: 8,660,461km.
Three Worlds Nebula
A blue & purple planetary nebula, located in the Sagittarius Arm near the Eta Carina nebula, with a Neutron star, class M star, a couple of Gas Giants and many terrestrial planets. Among the terrestrials you can find a Water World, an Earth-Like World and an Ammonia World. The discoverer claims that majestic structures can be seen on the surface of these planets, some floating on water and even in the air. Thus, he named it the Three Worlds Nebula.
Eight Burst Nebula
Eight Burst Nebula (also known as NGC 3132 or the Southern Ring Nebula) is a small planetary nebulae in constellation Vela, 2100 light-years from Sol. The nebula is a striking blue color and the large number of ringed bodies in the system provide for excellent scenic views. For this reason it is also known as “Celestial Gem”, and a tourist beacon was established here near the second planet.
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