HUB10-163 Onumaz

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The subject of this article is from the Beyond update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 27 November, 2019.

This article was documented by the Galactic Hub.

HUB10-163 Onumaz
HUB10-163 Onumaz
Galaxy Euclid
Region Savenix Instability
Color Blue
Spectral class O2f
Distance to centre 671 light‑years
Planet(s) 6
Moon(s) 0
Waterworld Yes
Faction Korvax (Abandoned)
Economy Scientific
E-Sell 58.9%
E-Buy -22.7%
Wealth Unpromising
Conflict level -Data Unavailable-
Claimed by Galactic Hub Project
Discovered by MisterLongFace
Game Mode Normal
Platform PC
Updated Beyond

HUB10-163 Onumaz is a star system.

Summary[edit | edit source]

HUB10-163 Onumaz is a star system in the No Man's Sky universe.

Alias Names[edit | edit source]

PC/PS4/XBox Current: HUB10-163 Onumaz

Discovered Date[edit | edit source]

August 2018 by Interloper 'Yavin' on PC

Planets & Moons[edit | edit source]

This system has 6 planets and 0 moons.

NOTE: Eyam 68/L3 added to this system during the Origins update.

Planet Name Type Extreme
HUB10-163 EYAM68L3 PLANETSIDE.jpg Eyam 68/L3 (Origins) Volcanic Planet YES (Obsidian Doom) NO (Irregular Patrols)
Indium, Basalt, Magnetised Ferrite, Activated Indium*, Storm Crystal. 100% Zoology Bonus: NA (No Fauna) Notes:

Rare meteor showers. No planetary fauna, in spite of the "bountiful" tag. Water is present on some parts of the planet, with deep ocean caves reaching depths of as much as 60 meters, making it a fantastic site to build aquatic bases. Ocean temperature is around 90 degrees, which provides sufficient heat protection. Sentinels were almost nonexistent. Discovered by ImaginaMagica. *Editor note: Activated Indium seems to appear on the planet, in spite of the planetary UI only showing regular indium. It's unknown if this is a bug.

HUB10-163 Eghamida Minor Surface.jpg Eghamida Minor Rotting Planet YES YES
Fungal Mould, Activated Indium, Ammonia, Cobalt, Storm Crystal. 100% Zoology Bonus: 800 Nanites Notes:

Discovered by 'MisterLongFace[QC]'. Canyons, Mesas, Storms, Water that is almost as Toxic as surface level during a storm. Red-hued grass, though you can barely notice it. There is a trading post but you will discover that no ships land there.

HUB10-163 pulsate minor.jpg Pul_s8-\..*MiN=or Shattered Planet NO NO
Indium, Gold, Silver. 100% Zoology Bonus: 50 Nanites (Pre-Origins) Notes:

Discovered December 2018 by 'Redder_Genova.' The only ringed planet in the system. When you revisit this station via teleporter, this planet is often visible from the window as soon as you load in.

HUB10-163 while true.jpg while(true); Life-Incompatible Planet No Atmosphere NO
Cobalt, Rusted Metal, Indium. 100% Zoology Bonus: 0 Nanites (No Fauna) (Pre-Origins) Notes: Discovered January 2019 by 'krantas'
HUB10-163 Azazele.jpg Azazele Sub-zero Planet NO NO
Frost Crystal, Indium, Dioxite, Magnetized Ferrite. 100% Zoology Bonus: 650 Nanites (Pre-Origins) Notes: Discovered August 2018 by MisterLongFace[QC]
HUB10-163 Oura.jpg Oura Tropical Planet YES (Threatening) NO (Humid)
Star Bulb, Silver, Paraffinium, Indium. 100% Zoology Bonus: 800 Nanites (Pre-Origins) Notes: Pre-origins, it was home to 'H. Bumblelinum'

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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.


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