Neutron Base IV

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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.
Neutron Base IV
Neutron Base IV
Galaxy Euclid
Region Shungka Void
Star system HUB1-144 Neutron Base
Atmosphere Hazy
Terrain Ocean/Rocky
Biome Bountiful - {{{description}}}
Weather Light Showers
Resources Sb Au Ir Hr Kelp Sac
Sentinels Regular
Flora High
Fauna Moderate
Discovered by neutrons1234
Game Mode Normal
Platform PS4
Updated Atlas Rises

Neutron Base IV is a planet in No Man's Sky.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Neutron Base IV is a planet in the star system HUB1-144 Neutron Base on the PS4 version of No Man's Sky universe.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

PS4 Current: Neutron Base IV

Planet type[edit | edit source]

Being an ocean planet, the planet boasts huge amounts of Kelp Sac to harvest. The terrain color is heavily saturated in purple and orange colours, with pink to blue skies. Lots of spike rock formations are jutting out of the water at the shoreline of the large islands that comprise the land mass of this planet.

Notable locations[edit | edit source]

A crashed freighter sits in the vicinity of Neutron Base IV, accommodating the scenery for the Crashed Freighter Course for the Renaissance Cup. There are multiple Trading Posts that contain travellers. A portal sits on the far side of the planet and is currently marked with a Communications Station.

Life[edit | edit source]

Fauna[edit | edit source]

Name Temperament Height Weight
Paktiae Ridagos.JPG Paktiae Ridagos Genus: Sharks Unpredictable 3.06m 150.39kg
Tibyxiumii Eckus1.JPG Tibyxiumii Eckus Genus: Tyranosaurs Volatile 3.17m 142.62kg
ArnebisiaOlon.JPG Arnebisia Olon Genus: Tyranosaurs Hunter 1.53m 89.54kg
Tibyxiumii Eckus2.JPG Arnebisia Olon (2) Genus: Tyranosaurs Hunter 1.53m 89.54kg

Resources[edit | edit source]

Indicate which elements can be found, and their relative frequency

Name Type Note
Carbon Isotope Very Common
Plutonium Isotope Very Common
Thamium9 Isotope Common
Star Bulb Exotic Common
Gold Neutral Uncommon
Heridium Silicate Common
Iridium Neutral Uncommon
Kelp Sac Exotic Common
Zinc Oxide Very Common

Gallery[edit | edit source]