Notus (Sunyak Anomaly)

From No Man's Sky Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Disambig.png This article is about the Origins version of Notus. For the NEXT version, see Notus (NEXT).
Galaxy Euclid
Region Sunyak Anomaly
Color Yellow-Purple
Spectral class F0p
Distance to centre 818605 light‑years
Galactic coordinates 07FF:007F:0FFE:PC
Planet(s) 6
Moon(s) 0
Faction Korvax
Economy Research
Wealth Comfortable (2)
Conflict level High (3)
Claimed by Forgotten Colonies
Discovered by Thamalandis
Game Mode Normal
Platform PC
Updated Origins

Notus is an inhabited binary star system.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Notus is a scientific star system on the meridian between the Gamma Quadrant and Delta Quadrant in the Euclid galaxy. It is the extreme coordinate for the galactic y- axis on h(0) and one of the cornerstones of Euclid. It lies directly at The Fade. It is also known as the South Pole.

The system is governed by Operator Entity Deys who is supported by ToilGek Infeksta, the minister of trade. The Vy'keen Enforcer Ogbaim takes care of security in the system. It will take more time until the attacks of the 'tourists' will vane but the Vy'keen love the sport. The security remains terribly LOW!

Aboard the space station the Korvax offer their massive supply depot to visitors in need.

History[edit | edit source]

This section is Fan Fiction. The information found here is not an actual part of the released game, but a user-invented addition to the wiki.

Notus' Binary Stars
PC Original: Viusam

Before the anomaly, Notus was a lonely place. Only the most devout Korvax took it upon themselves to come here, so trade and order suffered. Order hadn't come to this system yet, but it had become a kind of pilgrimage for devout Gek and Korvax alike. Between the anomaly and the Atlassian birthcycle, the system was under supervision of Divine Atlas Entity Yimsk who was supported by the devout Gek and friend, Employee Uutosurga. As a major surprise, the system of Notus was one of the few systems to actually come out on top of the temporal anomaly N07E24-X20T18. The local theocracy stayed in power and had the most devout of the nearby Gek join their ranks to support it. Despite the short recovery of the sentinels after the crisis, the rogue elements are on the rise again, order is dropping, and the word of their god is growing faint with every day. It didn't last.

During the crisis and death wroes of the Atlas when the wormhole network collapsed, so did faith in the omnipotent entity. While the most devout Korvax fought to keep control of its faithful and the system, most Gek fled and the Vy'keen High Command decided to throw their lot in with the rogue Korvax entities trying to break free. They succeeded.

Today Notus is controlled by a democratic elected Korvax government aided by both Gek and Vy'keen in trade and military. The zealots are gone. Even the Atlassian birthcycle didn't rekindle the local faith as the new planet is full of still corrupted rogue sentinels and hostile to ANY life. If anything it is cause for scientific endeavors.

Planets & Moons[edit | edit source]

  • Nelstop, the former lifeless rock of Notus 1 has regained its ability to carry life. After their god's anguished cry, the planet revived. It remains inhospitable for most sapient organics due to its scorched pangean nature. Even though it was a religious marvel before, today it is part of their research focus.
  • Tahild Muna was a scorched world. Today it has cooled down but has become a rather peaceful irradiated pangean planet.
  • Notus 3, the former Perkingon, was a radioactive world. During the anomaly it lost its atmosphere, bringing the local species into extinction. Today it is a peaceful dead pangean ringworld.
  • Notus Prime wasn't always the primary planet of the system. In fact Notus 4 was a lifeless rock. Since the anomaly it has revived and has become the system's new continental gaia world.
  • Ridwigton has fallen from grace since the anomaly. The former Notus Prime was a gentle gaia world, but sadly devoid of fauna. After the anomaly it snowballed and went into a hyperborean age. Today it is a continental ice world.
  • Ikaga is the result of the Atlassian birthcycle and resulted in a hostile extremely dangerous barren pangean planet. Nothing about Ikaga seems pleasant or inviting and it might be one of the most dangerous planets in the Inner Outer Rim. It is a focus of scientific research, which is mostly complicated by the presence of rogue sentinels all over its surface.

Lifeforms[edit | edit source]


Starships[edit | edit source]

  • Overall: 7 Shuttles, 3 Fighter, 7 Explorer, 3 Hauler, 1 Exotic, 3 Freighter, 1 Capital Freighter

Technology[edit | edit source]

  • Uncharted

Trade[edit | edit source]

General: Sell 59.2% / Buy -29.0%