Akeoscote Rekuna

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The subject of this article is from the Atlas Rises update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 23 July, 2018.
Akeoscote Rekuna
Akeoscote Rekuna
Galaxy Eissentam
Region Aslees Boundary
Star system Mutandu XV
Terrain Swamp
Biome Barren
Weather Intermittent Wind Blasting
Resources Cactus Flesh, Cymatygen, Nickel, Heridium
Sentinels Average
Flora Intermittent
Fauna Sporadic
Discovered by roytheodd
Game Mode Normal
Platform PS4
Updated Atlas Rises

Akeoscote Rekuna is a planet in No Man's Sky.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Akeoscote Rekuna is a planet in the star system Mutandu XV on the PS4 version of No Man's Sky universe.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

All Original: Akeoscote Rekuna
PS4 Current: Akeoscote Rekuna

Planet type[edit | edit source]

Akeoscote Rekuna looks every bit like the "old west". It features a dusty brown landscape with copper-colored, rock-strewn mountains that form canyons and ravines. There’s a low water table that sustains the wildlife and abundant cacti. Pools are plentiful, though shallow, and they’re bottomed with yellow sand. The planet’s temperatures are extreme. The daytime temperature is a pleasant 69.7° F, but the night air will activate your thermic layer at -67° F. The daily storms bring the heat up to 203.1° F, triggering your coolant network. Even underwater is cold at -11° F. There are plenty of caves in which to shelter, when needed.

Waypoints[edit | edit source]

Waypoints are plentiful on Akeoscote Rekuna, but structures are few. The discovered varieties include depots, drop pods, and simple save points.

Notable locations[edit | edit source]

Portal[edit | edit source]

The portal on Akeoscote Rekuna

Portal address: 51C0FD339A04 There is a cave very near the portal, perfect for explorers who arrive during a storm.

Traveller Grave[edit | edit source]

No Traveller Graves have been located yet.

Life[edit | edit source]

Fauna[edit | edit source]

Image Name Gender Temperament Diet Weight Height Commonality Environmental System Genus
Ayerisea Ueiza.jpg Ayerisea Ueiza Female Stalking Insect-eater 147.62kg 2.21m Rare Water Prionace
Ebrereumosa Uliu.jpg Ebrereumosa Uliu Rational Docile Absorbed nutrients 196.18kg 4.43m Rare Land Reococcyx
Eagruusosae Armiona.jpg Eagruusosae Armiona Exotic Cautious Grazing creature 48.74kg 0.65m Common Land Tetraceris
Misamerae Fiol.jpg Misamerae Fiol Indeterminate Active Oxide elements 99.92kg 1.25m Uncommon Sky Agnelis
Nitiorumum Fiol.jpg Nitiorumum Fiol Non-uniform Sedate Grazing creature 63.57kg 1.26m Uncommon Sky Agnelis
6 of 11 undiscovered
7 of 11 undiscovered
8 of 11 undiscovered
9 of 11 undiscovered
10 of 11 undiscovered
11 of 11 undiscovered

Flora[edit | edit source]

Image Name Root structure Nutrient source Notes Primary Element Secondary Element Type
Eoalesus Xipugeum.jpg Eoalesus Xipugeum Unfathomable Atmospheric Moisture Ticklish Stamen Carbon Tree (Cactus)
Heyglis Lapae.jpg Heyglis Lapae Limited Meditation Easily Startled Zinc Bulb flower
Hyluseum Aelasica.jpg Hyluseum Aelasica Invasive Soil Recycling Rapidly Mutating Carbon Carnivorous
Iborelae Gogustealis.jpg Iborelae Gogustealis Symbiotic Ultraviolet Radiation Waxy Fruit Platinum Bulb flower
Kuramea Eoariareum.jpg Kuramea Eoariareum Unfathomable Sublimated Nitrogen Sensitive to Light Carbon Mushroom
Luriae Eoarera.jpg Luriae Eoarera Hidden Parasitic Leaching Extendible Fronds Marrow Bulb Bulb flower
Oanacosa Bazarae.jpg Oanacosa Bazarae Widespread Infrared Radiation Bi-Seasonal Marrow Bulb Bulb flower
Receum Nofforium.jpg Receum Nofforium Efficient Radio Waves Moldy Bulbs Carbon Tree (Cactus)
Rufatia Oulioquium.jpg Rufatia Oulioquium Omni-Directional Fermented Corpses Invisible Bristles Thamium9 Bulb flower
Tihalbum Maneapii.jpg Tihalbum Maneapii Widespread Rock Enzymes Irresistible Seeds Carbon Radon Tree (Cactus)
Togelagera Rasenis.jpg Togelagera Rasenis Significant Fungal Harvest Bitter Stems Carbon Tree (Cactus)

Sentinels[edit | edit source]

Sentinels only engage if they witness you kill an animal without provocation or over-mining resources.

Resources[edit | edit source]

Specific[edit | edit source]

Image Name Metal Content Formation Process Notes Primary Element Secondary Element Explorer Notes
Ephenioite.jpg Ephenioite 71% Sublimation Potentially Explosive Detritum Cave rock
Fianubite.jpg Fianubite 61% Comet Fragment High Viscosity Iron Copper Small rock
Hetsbecite.jpg Hetsbecite 73% Fossilization Parasite Host Iron Gold Stalactite
Kagataite.jpg Kagataite 54% Reductive Boiling Contains Organic Matter Iron Plutonium Underwater rock
Modduylite.jpg Modduylite 56% Calcium Secretion Industrially Valuable Iron Plutonium Cave pool
Oxalaubeite.jpg Oxalaubeite 76% Sublimation Oily Coating Iron Stalagmite
Plancite.jpg Plancite 65% Celestial Partially Invisible Iron Nickel Wide rock formation
Resentoite 63% Fossilization Elastic Iron Copper Underwater rock
Rohorvetine.jpg Rohorvetine 78% Gas Humidity Potentially Synthetic Iron Boulder
Tajernite.jpg Tajernite 69% Atmospheric Metal Elastic Iron Aluminum Underwater rock
Uemullite 64% Coalescence Ancient Iron Nickel Small rock
Umtyubeite.jpg Umtyubeite 58% Ancient Tidal Erosion Quasi-Ferrous Iron Iridium Underwater rock
Vapaiite.jpg Vapaiite 61% Water Transport Water Resistant Iron Copper Boulder
Zimboite.jpg Zimboite 54% Ground up Shells Low Specific Gravity Detritum Rock pillar

Generic[edit | edit source]

Many trace elements (not listed) can be found by mining the rocks of Akeoscote Rekuna. Refer to the Secondary Element column of the previous table, Specific Resources.

Name Type Note
Cactus Flesh HAs Uncommon
Carbon Isotope Uncommon
Cymatygen Neutral Uncommon
Detritum Neutral Uncommon
Heridium Silicate Uncommon
Iron Oxide Common
Nickel Neutral Common
Platinum Silicate Uncommon
Plutonium Isotope Common
Thamium9 Isotope Uncommon
Zinc Oxide Uncommon

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