Cruising above a high metal content world, bathed in the purple hue of a nearby O-class star (HD 152314).
Exploring all the O-class and B-class stars around NGC 6231, I found this F-class (white supergiant) star not far from a B-class and its black hole companion. I just had to go scoop that magnificent giant and bask to the max! If you’re ever in the area, I recommend visiting V947 Scorpii!
Battered Anaconda returning from a trip to Beagle Point makes pit stop at O-class star near Colonia. With a depleted AFMU and no SRV to collect materials, it is time to return to the nearest station…
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V1292 Scorpii is an O-class star orbited by *3* black holes, 2 of which are orbiting each other… What will happen if I fly in between them?
These Thargoids must have something to compensate for…
As we approach the event horizon of a black hole, a “nearby” gas cloud turns into a distorted bubble.
The Edema Ruh (Anaconda rigged for exploration) refueling around CD-41 11037 and its O-class primary star.
Getting close to black hole HD 152233 B, where gravity distorts everything around.
Off to visit Sagittarius A*, the black hole sitting at the center of our galaxy – for the 5th time!