HUB1-!X-10B Hexomia (Hexagon Biome)

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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.

This article was catalogued by Galactic Hub Atlas.

[HUB1-!X-10B] Hexomia (Hexagon Biome)
[HUB1-!X-10B] Hexomia (Hexagon Biome)
Galaxy Euclid
Region Shungka Void
Spectral class Blue
Distance to centre 664,878 light‑years
Planet(s) 1
Moon(s) 1
Faction Gek
Economy Manufacturing
Wealth Comfortable
Conflict level High
Discovered by Steady_Handz
Game Mode Normal
Platform PC
Updated Atlas Rises

[HUB1-!X-10B] Hexomia (Hexagon Biome) is a star system.

Summary[edit | edit source]

[HUB1-!X-10B] Hexomia (Hexagon Biome), or simply Hexomia, is a star system in the No Man's Sky universe.

It is located in the Shungka Void of the Euclid Galaxy.

Materials found on Hexomia's planet and moon include cymatygen, copper, and iridium, among others. Larger asteroids sport iron, copper, and sometimes gold.

There are no trading posts in this system; the trade route lines that usually mark these locations therefore pass straight through the sole planet. The only surface trade terminal in the system is at Nexus' Navel Base.

As its name suggests, Hexomia is unique because its only planet is covered in hexagonal plates.

Discovered Date[edit | edit source]

Discovered at an unknown time by Steady_Handz on PC.

Space Crystal Composition[edit | edit source]

This system is not known to feature space crystals.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

All Original: Erplane-Nag
PC Current: HUB1-!X-10B Hexomia (Hexagon Biome)
PC Abbreviated: HUB1-!X-10B Hexomia
PC Alternate: HUB1-X-10B Hexomia
PC Colloquial: Hexomia

Due to the fact that another player discovered the system before this article was written, the system tag is [HUB1-!X-10B] in-game, indicating that at least one planet hosts hostile sentinels. This is not the case.

Planets & Moons[edit | edit source]

This star system contains 1 planet and 1 moon:

Planet Name Type Extreme
HexusNexus.jpg Hexus Nexus (Fractal Planet) Exotic Planet

(displays as barren)




No Planetary Fauna An exotic fractal planet covered in hexagonal plates. Caves can occasionally be found on its surface, along with a fair amount of resources. Nexus' Navel Base is located on this planet.
Hexervatory.jpg Hexervatory Barren Moon NO NO



No Planetary Fauna A barren moon with no life on its surface. Sentinels have a minimal presence here. Analysis results indicate few resources.

Starships[edit | edit source]

Shuttles[edit | edit source]

Fighters[edit | edit source]

Haulers[edit | edit source]

Explorers[edit | edit source]

Location Information[edit | edit source]

Coordinates[edit | edit source]

NOTE: Coordinates correspond to the location of entire regions, not specific systems. In other words, for all the coordinates in the Galactic Hub, there are only 11 effective outputs. Therefore, coordinates are useful for Portal travel, but not particularly useful on Pilgrim Star Path when inside the Hub.


Navigation Images[edit | edit source]

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Locating HUB1-!X-10B Hexomia (Hexagon Biome)[edit | edit source]

Hexomia is within what appears to be the second "layer" of stars from the base of the Shungka Void region. There are two green systems very close to Hexomia as well as another blue system. One of the green systems, No Interest..., is slightly below Hexomia. There are not many stars laterally clustered in this part of the region, so use of the economy scanner to filter the star colors may help.

Space station[edit | edit source]

Technology Price (Nanite Clusters)
Beam Impact Tau 300
Infra-Knife Accelerator Coolant Sigma 150
Advanced Cooling Tau 230
Warp Reactor Tau 400
Infra-Knife Accelerator Coolant Tau 220
Positron Ejector Fire Rate Tau 260
Deflection Enhancement Sigma 120
Freighter Warp Reactor Sigma 500
Cannon Damage Sigma 200
Cyclotron Ballista Fire Rate Tau 260

Additional Info[edit | edit source]

  • This is the home system for Albee12, who resides at Nexus' Navel Base.

External Links[edit | edit source]

This page is part of the Galactic Hub

Galactic Hub Project subreddit


Galactic Hub Interloper Handbook