Numerous blogs and podcasts hosted by WH denizens mention "static exits". I assume that means they always open to the same type of space. Once a C3 wormhole exit, always a C3. Hisec K-space exits, always go to Hisec. Is that true? Also, are they always in the same place so one bookmark is always good, even after they close?
Darina Smirayne [ Moderator ]
Static exits are a "permanent" type of wormhole that exits the w-space you are in. They are not always in the same place, but they do go to the same type of space (high-sec, class 4 WHs, etc.) They will disappear after a certain time limit or mass limit has been exceeded.
All wormholes have a name, and each static exit will re-open with the same name no matter where they are in the w-space, but they will not connect to the same system as the previous time. A wormhole with the name K162 is not a static exit. Ever. It is the other side of a wormhole from somewhere else.
A list of wormholes can be found here: <DotLan Maps - Wormholes>