HIP 12099 (Jameson's Demise) [#560216394075]
This system is located at:
R: 216.611 / l: 148.392 / b: -26.151
Right ascension: 2h 38m 53.492s / Declination: 31° 21'16.533''
Metal-rich body (3 to 50 ls), Earth-like world (789 to 1,183 ls), Water world (647 to 2,505 ls), Ammonia world (1,636 to 4,452 ls), Terraformable (614 to 1,226 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by John Tinker.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Jameson's Demise
19828 ships passed through HIP 12099 space, including 133 ships in the last 7 days.
42 ships passed through HIP 12099 space in the last 24 hours.
Anaconda - 4
Asp Explorer - 3
Beluga Liner - 2
Cobra MkIII - 4
Cobra MkIV - 1
Diamondback Explorer - 10
Federal Corvette - 2
Imperial Clipper - 1
Imperial Courier - 1
Krait MkII - 1
Krait Phantom - 12
Python - 1
- Planet: 1 B
- Coords: -54 / -50
Final resting place of Commander John Jameson.
In November 3303 a derelict Cobra Mk III, registration JJ-386, was discovered on the surface of a moon orbiting a gas giant in the HIP 12099 star system. Analysis of the ship's log revealed that its pilot, the legendary Commander John Jameson, was conducting a covert mission (circa 3150 AD) on behalf of INRA, and was under the assumption that his mission was to deliver the Mycoid Virus to a Thargoid Hive ship, specifically to target and infect its hyperdrives, which in turn would spread the virus throughout Thargoid mainframes and render the species no longer hyperspace-capable.
Shortly after completing the mission, and presumably during his return flight, it became apparent to Jameson (via his post-event analysis data) that the real intention of the mission was not to merely target Thargoid tech, but the Thargoid species itself. Also unknown to Jameson at the time, was that his Cobra had been sabotaged prior to his departure.
Before crash landing at this location, it became evident via Jameson's final log entries, that this was one mission he realized his puppetmasters didn't want him to return from. Jameson died knowing that he was an unwitting pawn used in an attempt to commit genocide against the Thargoid species.
Earlier in 3303, and prior to the discovery of Jameson's final ship logs, the enigmatic Commander Salomé with aid from the Children of Raxxla, Loren's Legion, and the PAC coalition fleet, successfully exposed information indicating that a shadow cabal, or 'Club', were responsible for instigating covert operations and possible continued hostilities against the Thargoid species, and many suspect the same shadowy forces who used Jameson almost two centuries ago, are still pulling the strings on current affairs today.
Ships' Log Video : Link
In Memory of John Jameson: Link