What is “interesting” is purely down to an individual’s personal taste. I’ve posted a couple of finds of ammonia magma/geysers because the admin said they were rare & asked for them; I personally don’t find them in the slightest interesting. If this thread is for finding poi that are unusual, or attractive, and worthy of travelling great distances to see them, then more stringent criteria should have been given together with examples. However if a pilot (including total newcomers to the game, let alone long expeditions) has travelled 40kylies from the bubble then they’ve already travelled great distances, so why not let them decide.But it's also wasting the admins' time. This is not a thread to post pretty pictures or things that people just think are cool - there's a Photography thread that already exists for that (here - https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/the-official-explorers-photography-thread.292988/ ). This is a thread for posting interesting sites, with unusual orbital configurations or actually rare features - something that people could go out of their way to see. Brown dwarfs with rings or stars that colour their planets purple or triple star systems are dime a dozen and are not worthy of that and shouldn't be submitted.
Maybe the submission instructions need to be refined or made more obvious or something, I don't know. But certainly since the page was restarted after the big exploration update it seems that people either aren't reading the existing ones or don't care.