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HUB8-K-62 Einstein
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Galaxy Euclid
Region Renbellanj Expanse
Color Yellow
Distance to centre 665,978.86 light‑years
Planet(s) 5
Moon(s) 0
Faction Korvax
Discovered by Ryder_E-E
Discovery platform PS4
Updated Pathfinder

HUB8-K-62 Einstein is a star system.


[HUB8-K-62] Einstein is a Yellow Star system in the universe of No Man's Sky.

It is located in the Renbellanj Expanse in the Euclid galaxy.

The System has five planets with various environments and resources.

Alias names[]

PS4 Current: HUB8-K-62 Einstein



It's a rocky planet with some canyons. It's climate is toxic and the Sentinels are threatening.


Meridian is a verdant forest Planet. It has a beautiful nature and wildlife. On the Planet is also the Player base Meridian Village by Ryder_E-E, where the Meridian Village Grand Prix racetrack can be found.


This planet is radioactive and has rare Flora and no Fauna at all.


Feestin is a snow planet with an ordinary Fauna and has typical Flora for a snow planet. The Fauna is unique because there can be found flying eels and a lot T-Rex like looking Predators.


It's a toxic planet but with many seas, so is ideal for deep sea explorations. It also has generous wildlife.


The [HUB8-K-62] Einstein System is populated by the Korvax. On the Space station can be found a Gek Overseer, a Korvax Scientist and a Vy'keen Technician.

Location information[]

You find it when you start at HUB-G-211 Lennon looking to the galaxy center and then turn 90° to left and go that way a bit lower until you reach almost the end of Renbellanj Expanse near to the Enharagch Expanse. Then you look in that group of stars for three red looking stars and it's exactly in between them; the little yellow-looking star.



Space station[]

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