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Logbook - entry 00046
Smooraei VZ-X d1-20 - another ELW 1st discovery (always a good feeling).
bonus picture: a beautiful WW with two dwarf stars nearby.
Finally arrived at the DSSA FC "Wanderer's Rest NNT-W4Z". Registered and cashed 260mio of discoveries! :) and as usual, took the opportunity to repair/restock, but left the paint at 0% as I still want to see if the paint job will continue to deteriorate further or not + it gives a special bad boy look to my Krait MK II.
Logbook - entry 00045
System Flyai Flye WE-I c25-4
Logbook - entry 00044
System Flyai Flye LD-S e4-3 Another generous class B star system, containing biological signals on 4 planets (blatteum bioluminescent anemones), three Helium rich, two class IV gas giants and two water worlds.
System Flyai Flye LD-S e4-5 Class B star system, with 6 class IV gas giants, and biological signals on 2 planets (blatteum bioluminescent anemones).
Logbook - entry 00043
a Class A star System - FLYAI FLYE XP-X E1-33 containing one terraformable HCMW and one ELW. The ELW has some massive mountain chains.
I found a beautiful WW and HCMW with rings in the next system - Flyai Flye DS-R d5-110.
Logbook - entry 00042
Made the 1st disovery of another very interesting system - Flyai Flye TJ-Z e21 - containing 2 Class B stars, 1 class V GG, 4 class IV GG, 1 class Y dwarf star, several HCMW and metal rich bodies - all with rings.
biological signals present on 7 astral bodies: 5a, 6, 7a, B1a, B1b, B2a, B3
First stop was on the 5a moon orbiting a HCMW with rings. A very small metal rich body with a radius of 189km only, for which only one DSS probe was sufficient - 1 biological signal (blatteum bioluminescent anemones) and 10 geological (iron magma). Once on the surface at the biological signal location, I had a beautiful view on the primary HCMW with rings planet.
My second stop was on the 5th planet, a HMCW with stunning rings, containing two biological signals (blatteum bioluminescent anemones).
I made the 3rd exploration on a metal-rich body orbiting a class Y dwarf with rings. The planet contains 3 biological (blatteum bioluminescent anemones) and 17 geological signals (silicate magma).
My next exploration spot (4th) was on the closest moon (metal-rich body - B1a) of a Class IV GG, orbiting the 2nd B class star. 3 biological (blatteum), 12 geological signals (iron magma)
Then on the 2nd moon (B1b), 2 biological (blatteum), 11 geological signals (silicate magma).
The 6th exploration spot was on the only moon orbiting another class IV GG, another metal-rich body, containing 2 biological (blatteum) and 9 geological (silicate magma) signals.
The 7th and last exploration step of the system was on the B3 metal-rich body with rings, containing 1 biological (blatteum) and 7 geological signals. Time to move on towards The Conduit and closest DSSA FC to register all the many discoveries made recently.
Logbook - entry 00041
After a month of travel and exploration I have arrived to the last part (north) of the Outer Arm galactic region, close to the border to The Conduit region where I have found a cluster of B star systems containing some undiscovered biological systems (different types of Anemones).
system Segna PZ-O e6-47
AB 3 - found some Blatteum bioluminescent anemones on a HCMW orbiting a class Y dwarf with rings
- 7 A - found some Luteolum anemones on a rocky moon orbiting a class II GG with rings
System Segna PZ-O e6-48:
- HCMW 2nd planet of the system - Blatteum bioluminescent anemones
System Segna PZ-O e6-17
Another interesting system, containing a Class V and IV with rings, and biological signals on two planets.
3 (HCMW with rings orbiting a Class V with rings) - 5 biological signals (blatteum bioluminescent anemones)
5 (HCMW orbiting a class IV with rings) - 3 biological signals (blatteum bioluminescent anemones)
Logbook - entry 00040
System Veqeau CN-B d13-7 - Beautiful GG Class V with rings orbiting at 130ls distance an A star
In another nearby system, found a WW with rings and made some nice shots.
Logbook - entry 00039
One of my first waypoint after having repaired at the DSSA FC Erickson Gateway, was a system (Hypao Chraea VQ-T d4-8) that according to edastro.com galactic map is containing a glowing green gas giant. So I was looking forward to reach the place as I have not seen any gas giant of that sort.
Once in the system, I was disappointed, the GG was not glowing, and not so green. There was just a little spot like that.
Time to go, and continue my route up north, toward The Conduit sector.
Logbook - entry 00038
After a short exploration of The Void sector, I have returned to the Outer Arm and reached the 2nd DSSA FC stationed in that sector - the Erickson Gateway, positioned at Hypoe Bloae KZ-Z c16-6, orbiting a Giang Gas class IV with rings, close to the main star. Took the opportunity to repair the hull that was at 75% due to a stupid mistake I have made while landing on a planet, and registered/cashed the discoveries I have made (about 300mio).
I have decided to proceed north in direction of the The Conduit sector, and explore the different codex and other interesting sites on the road - my next stop should be a glowing green gas giant, and that will be my first one.
After few jumps, I made the discovery of an ELW orbiting a A star - system Hypuae Chreou IH-M d7-39
and another one at 113-147 ls to three stars (2xM and 1x L dwarf), and orbiting at 0.5ls around a terraformable HCMW in the system Koijoo DT-F c12-5
Another one, orbiting at 416 ls from a K star - system koijoo bw-i c11-21
Logbook - entry 00037
Hypoe Bliae XU-V d3-1 C3 (ELW) & C4 (WW)