The Eodgorsts TX-C b13-3 system is located in the Inner Scutum-Centaurus Arm region, 10,907.02 LYs from Sol.
It is the 31st survey candidate system in the original Canonn Challenge route, and was visited on day 36 of the Chronicles Expedition.
Expedition objective: scan and catalogue Q05-Type Anomalies.

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Expedition Journal

Q05-Type Anomaly Composition Scan
Q05-Type Anomaly Composition Scan
Q05-Type Anomaly
 

Q05-Type Anomaly in Water-Based Life Gas Giant A Ring
Q05-Type Anomaly in Water-Based Life Gas Giant A Ring
Q05-Type Anomaly in Water-Based Life Gas Giant A Ring
Q05-Type Anomaly in Water-Based Life Gas Giant A Ring
Flavum Metallic Crystals in Water-Based Life Gas Giant A Ring
Flavum Metallic Crystals in Water-Based Life Gas Giant A Ring
Q05-Type Anomaly
Q05-Type Anomaly
Flavum Metallic Crystals
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According to the Pilot’s Federation Codex, Q-Type anomalies are a range of  phenomena characterized by energetic central orbs.  They are considered a form of notable stellar phenomena and have been found in rings on or around Gas Giants with Water-Based Life or Water Giants with Water-Based Lire. This type of anomaly will react strongly to ships that approach them too closely and will emit one of a variety of different energy pulses depending on type, according to sources outside the Codex system.

The Q-05 Type Anomaly is a bright light green orb whose light source is easily identifiable in the shadowy areas of planetary rings which its known to inhabit. The core of the anomaly appears to be a high energy source which dissipates in intensity prior to reaching an observable boundary.  This boundary takes the form of an inner and then much larger outer bubble.  The surface of both the inner and outer bubble demonstrate behavioral traits which are very similar to a traditional soap bubble.  The Q-05 Type Anomaly moves a lot less erratically than some of the other types of anomalies in the galaxy but it is far from sedentary.  During the observation period the Q-05 Type was noted meandering within a small and well defined area.  It was not clear if the movement was a result of gravitational eddies from the proximity of the asteroids comprising the ring system, or if the anomaly’s energy field generates some form of propulsion.

The records of the ship proximity experiment were lost as a result of a catastrophic failure of the DBX True Bearing’s flight control system.

During the survey of the system these other features were observed

Flavum Metallic Crystals
Flavum Metallic Crystals
Prasinum Metallic Crystals
Prasinum Metallic Crystals
Flavum Metallic Crystals
Prasinum Metallic Crystals
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 Eodgorsts TX-C b13-3 System Map
 Eodgorsts TX-C b13-3 System Map
Region Map: Inner Scutum-Centaurus Arm
Region Map: Inner Scutum-Centaurus Arm
Codex Entry Q05-Type Anomaly
Codex Entry Q05-Type Anomaly
System Map
Region Map
Codex
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Note: The date and location of the codex entry shown above may differ from that listed as the expedition objective for this Canonn Challenge system.  The Codex records the first per region encounter for each organic structure a commander discovers.  Some encounters occurred prior to the creation of the Canonn Challenge event.

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According to the Pilot’s Federation Codex, Q-Type anomalies are a range of  phenomena characterized by energetic central orbs.  They are considered a form of notable stellar phenomena and have been found in rings on or around Gas Giants with Water-Based Life or Water Giants with Water-Based Lire. This type of anomaly will react strongly to ships that approach them too closely and will emit one of a variety of different energy pulses depending on type, according to sources outside the Codex system.

The Q-05 Type Anomaly is a bright light green orb whose light source is easily identifiable in the shadowy areas of planetary rings which its known to inhabit. The core of the anomaly appears to be a high energy source which dissipates in intensity prior to reaching an observable boundary.  This boundary takes the form of an inner and then much larger outer bubble.  The surface of both the inner and outer bubble demonstrate behavioral traits which are very similar to a traditional soap bubble.  The Q-05 Type Anomaly moves a lot less erratically than some of the other types of anomalies in the galaxy but it is far from sedentary.  During the observation period the Q-05 Type was noted meandering within a small and well defined area.  It was not clear if the movement was a result of gravitational eddies from the proximity of the asteroids comprising the ring system, or if the anomaly’s energy field generates some form of propulsion.

The records of the ship proximity experiment were lost as a result of a catastrophic failure of the DBX True Bearing’s flight control system.

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