(ESS) Uita 50/O3

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The subject of this article is from the Synthesis update.
The information from this article is is up-to-date as of 18 February, 2020.
(ESS) Uita 50/O3
(ESS) Uita 50/O3
Star system (ESS) Edyanogd
Region Abikov Anomaly
Galaxy Euclid
Galactic coords 0CE8:007A:031D:0002
Atmosphere Dusty
Terrain Mountainous
Biome Irradiated - Nuclear
Weather Radioactive Damp
Resources Gr, Cu, U, NaCl
Sentinels Limited
Flora High
Fauna Frequent
Water world no
Claimed by ESS
Discovered by Edgarsoft
Game Mode Normal
Platform PC
Release Synthesis

(ESS) Uita 50/O3 is a planet in No Man's Sky.

Summary[edit | edit source]

(ESS) Uita 50/O3 is a Planet in the (ESS) Edyanogd star system, located at the Abikov Anomaly region of the Euclid galaxy in the universe of No Man's Sky.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

All Original: Uita 50/O3
PC Current: (ESS) Uita 50/O3

Discovered Date[edit | edit source]

19/12/2018 (10:14) on PC by ESS's scholar Edgarsoft.

Location Information[edit | edit source]

Coordinates[edit | edit source]


Portal Address[edit | edit source]


Planet type[edit | edit source]

(ESS) Uita 50/O3 Is a ringed Nuclear Planet, characterized by its Irradiated environment and its Radioactive Damp. RAD levels are always high, so aditional protection is recommended. No harmful storms occurred on this planet.

Moons[edit | edit source]

This planet has no moon.

Notable locations[edit | edit source]

Some places of interest marked with Communications Station:

Image Name Description
Uita - Portal.jpg Iucupp Landmark Portal at (ESS) Uita 50/O3
Uita - Trading Post.jpg Trading Post Good place to shop for starships.

Damaged Machinery[edit | edit source]

Image Contents Location
Uita - Damaged Machinery - 01 - Shot.jpg Underwater Protection Module, S-Class +0.57, -95.25
Uita - Damaged Machinery - 02 - Shot.jpg Life Support Module, S-Class N/A

Crashed Starships[edit | edit source]

Crash site Name Type Class Slots

Life[edit | edit source]

Fauna[edit | edit source]

Typical fauna at (ESS) Uita 50/O3

Fauna at (ESS) Uita 50/O3 is Frequent. Most animals feeds from small trees.

The animal species on this planet are classified as:

  • Four herding creatures.
  • One flying creature.

No aggressive creatures were found on this planet.

Zoology Scan Completion[edit | edit source]

PC: 100% (5/5)

Discovered Animals[edit | edit source]

Photo Name Genus Rarity Notes
Uita - R. Tritonecae - Asymmetric - Mature - Shot.jpg R. Tritonecae Ungulatis Uncommon Never blinks
Uita - V. Isotiris - Male - Adult - Shot.jpg V. Isotiris Procavya Rare Elaborate mating displays
Uita - W. Bugnegostii - Vectorised - Indeterminate - Shot.jpg W. Bugnegostii Agnelis Common Both gills and lungs
Uita - W. Bushuareus - Non-uniform - Adult - Shot.jpg W. Bushuareus Felidae Common Hatched from cocoons
Uita - X. Elecutrpistia - Exotic - Elderly - Shot.jpg X. Elecutrpistia Anastomus Rare Carries symbiotic fungus

Flora[edit | edit source]

Typical flora at (ESS) Uita 50/O3

The flora of this planet is classified as High.

Because of the high radiation levels of this Nuclear planet, plants have evolved highly mutated and warped. Few places are covered in brown grass, and most flora resembles sponge-like or tentacled plants. Trees are tall, mostly dry and leafless.

Gamma Weed can be found on the wild on this biome, and its byproduct Gamma Root can be used in the crafting several products. It can also be grown on exteriors, on farming bases.

A rare form of Mutant Plant can be found on this irradiated biome. They are vegetative carbuncles that appear as short and squat throbbing blobs which belch fumes. It can be harvested using the Mining Beam and yields radon gas.

Discovered Plants[edit | edit source]

Name Age Root Structure Nutrient Source Primary Resource
Uita - B. Dustubrea - Shot.jpg B. Dustubrea Mature Fractal Sunlight Carbon
Notes: Toxic Thorns Secondary Resource: None
Uita - G. Tinolkhia - Shot.jpg G. Tinolkhia Mature Hidden Buried Treasure Carbon
Notes: Ticklish Stamen Secondary Resource: Radon
Uita - I. Washoloe (Sponge) - Shot.jpg I. Washoloe (Sponge) Moderate Unfathomable Autotrophic Carbon
Notes: Extendible Fronds Secondary Resource: Gamma Root
Uita - J. Jugentineus - Shot.jpg J. Jugentineus Fresh Significant Entrapment Carbon
Notes: Multicolour Woods Secondary Resource: Mordite
Uita - J. Spiritundeum - Shot.jpg J. Spiritundeum Sapling Circular External Maintenance Carbon
Notes: Vigorous Secondary Resource: Mordite
Uita - M. Mulochnathum - Shot.jpg M. Mulochnathum Still Growing Gravitational Cosmic Radiation Carbon
Notes: Unstable Fruit Secondary Resource: Sulphurine
Uita - O. Sponubfalica - Shot.jpg O. Sponubfalica Sapling Branching Geological Energy Carbon
Notes: Flakey Coating Secondary Resource: Mordite
Uita - Z. Daryniktolima - Shot.jpg Z. Daryniktolima Dying Concentrated Moonlight Carbon
Notes: Irresistible Seeds Secondary Resource: None
Harvestable Flora (edible)
Uita - Grahberry - Shot.jpg Grahberry N/A N/A N/A Grahberry
Notes: N/A Secondary Resource: None
Uita - Pulpy Roots - Shot.jpg Pulpy Roots N/A N/A N/A Pulpy Roots
Notes: N/A Secondary Resource: None
Uita - Sweetroot - Shot.jpg Sweetroot N/A N/A N/A Sweetroot
Notes: N/A Secondary Resource: None
Harvestable Basic Resources
Uita - C. Claysambis - Shot.jpg C. Claysambis Unknown Obtuse Sublimated Nitrogen Oxygen
Notes: Proto-Skeletal, Oxygen Rich Plant Secondary Resource: None
Uita - I. Washoloe - Shot.jpg I. Washoloe Moderate Unfathomable Autotrophic Marrow Bulb
Notes: Extendible Fronds, Cave Marrow Secondary Resource: None
Uita - K. Birdaynae - Shot.jpg K. Birdaynae Old Swamped Entrapment Marrow Bulb
Notes: Annual Spore Clouds, Cave Marrow Secondary Resource: None
Uita - L. Iotchtogea - Shot.jpg L. Iotchtogea Perpetual Extendable Free Radicals Jetpack Fuel
Notes: Inner Beauty, Deuterium Rich Plant Secondary Resource: None
Uita - V. Fleauamoe - Shot.jpg V. Fleauamoe Juvenile Branching Air Leaching Sodium
Notes: Spreading Tubers, Come in patches Secondary Resource: None
Uita - V. Iatchyencosa - Shot.jpg V. Iatchyencosa Mature Knotted Carnivorous Sodium
Notes: Mono-Seasonal, Sodium Rich Plant Secondary Resource: None
Hazardous Flora (Aggressive)
Uita - Hazardous Flora - Shot.jpg Hazardous Flora N/A N/A N/A Oxygen
Notes: Found inside caves. Exhales toxic gas Secondary Resource: Sodium
Uita - X. Culwaccae - Shot.jpg X. Culwaccae Old Limited Carnivorous Oxygen
Notes: Fragile Stems Secondary Resource: None

Sentinels[edit | edit source]

Sentinel patrolling on this planet is classified as Limited.

Resources[edit | edit source]

Planet resources scan info

Resources on this planet are Scarce.

As in any Irradiated planet the resources Uranium and Gamma Root can be found.

Discovered Resources[edit | edit source]

Image Resource
Common Resources
Uita - Carbon Crystals - Shot.jpg Condensed Carbon
Uita - Di-hydrogen Crystals - Shot.jpg Di-hydrogen
Uita - Sodium Nitride Crystals - Shot.jpg Sodium Nitrate
(from animals killed by weapons)
(from feeding animals)
Ground Deposits
Uita - Copper - Shot.jpg Copper
Uita - Uranium - Shot.jpg Uranium
Uita - Salt - Shot.jpg Salt
Resource Nodes
Uita - Curious Deposit - Shot.jpg Curious Deposit
Uita - Ancient Data Structure - Shot.jpg Ancient Data Structure
Alien Relics and Strange Objects
Uita - Subterranean Relic - Shot.jpg Subterranean Relic
Note: For more resources see the Flora and Discovered Minerals sections.

Geology[edit | edit source]

Topological features of (ESS) Uita 50/O3

The terrain of (ESS) Uita 50/O3 is Mountainous.

This planet has underground cave systems. Water masses has not been found.

Discovered Minerals[edit | edit source]

Name Metal Content Formation Process Primary Element
Notes: Secondary Resource:

Atmosphere & Climate[edit | edit source]

Atmosphere is Dusty

The atmosphere of (ESS) Uita 50/O3 is Dusty.

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ESS Info[edit | edit source]

Logo Euclidean Scholar's Society.png

This planet is in the area of operations of the Euclidean Scholar's Society. Our scholars are exploring this entire region and all the gathered info can be found on its main page: Abikov Anomaly.