The Hemsut System, populated by a large number of migrant astro physiscists who spend at least 10% of their time studying the interesting orbital mechanics of a tri stellar system and the other 90% undergoing treatment for severe radiation burns. Courageous or foolhardy pilots, it’s hard to tell which, offer their services in wild gravitational thrill rides around the orbits of the three stars.
WD 1207-032 is definitely worth visiting. In the greater Galactic Pill this system stands out as having 11 stellar bodies! It contains 3 blue-white Class B Stars and 8 T-Tauri stars one of which (WS1207-032 AB5) is spinning very rapidly at about 1 revolution per 3 secs!
Planet spotters delight in finding the largest (and smallest) planets of different types. This planet temporarily holds both the title for Largest Gas Giant and Largest Ringed Body though it’s expected to be trumped shortly as explorers spread out through the galaxy. It’s radius is still an impressive 77,398km though!
Cool and light is not what you’d normally associate with a star, but Stellar Cartographics Record Breakers entry Medusa 4 is both the lightest Star in the Galactic Pill and the coldest. Medusa 4 has a Solar mass of just 0.0117 and a surface temperature of a balmy 335K