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Lagrange Cloud

A dense accumulation of gas fixed in place at a Lagrange point, where the combined gravitational forces of multiple bodies create a stable region.

— In-Game Description

A Lagrange Cloud is a form of Notable Stellar Phenomena. There are multiple variants with different colors, and some feature electrical storms. Various astronomical objects and biological entities can also be found among Lagrange Clouds and catalogued using the Short Range Composition Scanner.

The Lagrange Clouds show up in the scenario section of the wave form guide, if you tune to that section and wave your circle along the orbital path arrows will appear pointing you in the right direction when you get close enough, they are usually what I call a top level signal, so minimum zoom, follow the orbital line until the arrows appear. They will be on the orbital line because they are in Lagrange Points which have to be on the orbital line of some celestial body, be it planet or moon or even dwarf star in orbit around the primary.[1]

Types Edit

There are seven types of Lagrange Clouds:

  • Caeruleum Lagrange Cloud
  • Viridis Lagrange Cloud
  • Luteus Lagrange Cloud
  • Roseus Lagrange Cloud
  • Rubicundus Lagrange Cloud
  • Croceus Lagrange Cloud
  • Proto-Lagrange Cloud

Locations Edit

Lagrange Clouds have been found at the following locations.

System Type Reported By
Alaunus Proto
Eodgosly UW-Q c6-7
Prai Hypoo KA-E c2
Eol Prou PX-T d3-1506 CMDR Traxx03
Eol Prou PX-T d3-1396 CMDR Panhyper
Corona Austr. Dark Region KS-T b3-3 Caeruleum, Roseus CMDR Daemoniaque
Wredguia SX-L d7-92 CMDR JohnyTheCarrot
Drojeae TQ-X c17-2 CMDR Le Mort
Bleae Thua CA-W b29-6 CMDR Cemery
Droju EN-X B7-0 A CMDR Solangel777
Traikaae WO-R D4-1 Proto CMDR Tonxzy
Praea Euq GN-D B53-5 Proto CMDR cgore
Oort Roseum, Croceum CMDR Opal VI
Swoilz IE-0 D7-47 Proto CMDR Rafe Zetter
Sifi PW-D C12-14 CMDR Moritz-AP
Colonia CMDR Karl Pho
Wregoe RL-R B19-0 Proto CMDR Jaide

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References Edit

  1. https://forums.frontier.co.uk/showthread.php/453623-Frequency-Array-Diagram/page4