Does it exist, or does it not? If it does, then on Raxxla there’s an alien construct that’s a gateway to other Universes, and all that’s in those Universes in the way of bounty, and treasures, and aliens, and life...
— The Dark Wheel, Robert Holdstock
Raxxla is; a fabled planet, a ghost world, a myth. It first featured in a novella by Robert Holdstock called The Dark Wheel , which came packaged with the original Elite game in 1984. Raxxla has been a hot topic for debate within the Elite community ever since.
As the legend goes, on Raxxla there are alien structures which serve as gateways to other universes. Legend also says that long ago, a corps of The Dark Wheel discovered its location and lived there, exploiting the gateways for all the wealth and riches the other universes could provide. 
Not a shred of hard evidence has been uncovered to suggest that Raxxla actually exists. This world is kept alive by word of mouth and hearsay only, and is one of Elite's most discussed, and intriguing, legends.
In September 2015, Drew Wagar - one of the official writers for Elite: Dangerous - stated "I spoke to David Braben directly in 2014 and he confirmed to me that 'It’s out there and we (FD) know where it is.' – So it does exist." 
References to Raxxla Edit
'Raxxla!' Jason said. 'Remember: Raxxla!' Then, as he pushed Alex back into the cramped escape pod, he shouted, 'Remember me, Alex! I wouldn't have wished this on you. Raxxla!" - from The Dark Wheel by Robert Holdstock 
"It wasn’t even in the game, though that didn’t stop many of us spending hours looking for it… you just never knew, did you? It remains to be seen whether Raxxla will be featured in Elite Dangerous." - Drew Wagar. 
- ↑ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dark_Wheel#Packaging_and_marketing
- ↑ http://www.iancgbell.clara.net/elite/dkwheel.htm#A56
- ↑ http://forums.frontier.co.uk/showthread.php?p=143806#post143806
- ↑ http://www.drewwagar.com/progress-report/raxxla-the-definitive-guide/
- ↑ http://www.iancgbell.clara.net/elite/dkwheel.htm#A49
- ↑ http://www.drewwagar.com/progress-report/memories-and-possibilities/