Distance to waypoint
The Omega Nebula is a blue, red and purple nebula located in the constellation Sagittarius at a distance of app. 5.500 LY from Earth. It is a low-density cloud of partially ionized gas which spans some 15 light-years in diameter and has a mass of an estimated 800 solar masses.
Expedition Base Camp
Planet AB 1 A
Surface Signal: Geological 
-36.09, -21.47 (X marks the spot…)
POI’s Along the Way
Omega Mining Operation – an asteroid base located on the edge of the Omega Nebula. The Operation is run by the independent Omega Mining Corporation, and the facility has a total population of 15,000. The facility has all the usual services and even has outfitting with a small supply of modules for purchase.
Labirinto – a moon with an incredible network of canyons and trenches, making for some extreme SLF racing opportunities.
Thor’s Eye – Thor’s Eye is the name given to this system containing a massive O-class star and a black hole.
NGC 6445 – This planetary nebula is red-and-green, lit by neutron star CSI-20-17462 and two T-Tauri protostars. A single landable body provides rest and sight-seeing for the weary traveller.
Black Treasure – a black hole located inside a stunning deep blue nebula.