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ASPEN FLIGHT [3434 A]
(Asp Explorer)
 
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18 вер. 2021
 
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Captain's log 23/11/3307

Computer, initiate recording.

RECORDING INITIATED. PROCEED WHEN READY...

Just a short check-in. Not much exciting has happened in the past 24 hours. I've managed, thanks to the Neutron Highway, to progress a pretty good distance, to the point where I'm pretty close to passing out of the Inner Orion Spur. It will be exciting being out that far again, and hopefully not dying before syncing my exploration data. I need to make a note to myself to upgrade my FSD when I reach Colonia. I could use more than a 23 LY jump range.

Computer, end recording.

RECORDING TERMINATED... RECORDING STORED TO ARCHIVE... FILE NUMBER 113-2304B

Captain's Log - Stardate 11/22/3307

Computer, begin recording.

RECORDING INITIATED...

I've had a small setback. Well, I guess it isn't small. I lost an Asp Explorer well mucking around on a planet. Crashed it into the side of a mountain. Regenerating sent me back to the Eagle Sector Secure Facility, so about 1-2k lightyears. I almost abandoned my mission, but I remembered the Neutron Highway. I plotted two courses, one without it, and one using it. The Neutron Highway is going to save me 300 jumps. I'll update this log when I find more interesting stuff.

Computer, end recording.

RECORDING TERMINATED... STORING TO ARCHIVE...

Captain's Log - Supplemental, Stardate 19/9/3307

Computer, begin recording

RECORDING...

Captain's Log Supplemental. This is CMDR Anglert83, reporting in. Just a few hours after reporting on those metallic crystals, I found quite the interesting planet, pictured below. Computer, insert image, code 11A376B.

INSERTING IMAGE FROM ARCHIVE...

IMAGE FAILED TO INSERT... TRY AGAIN???

Well, that isn't going to work. Thanks, computer. I found an Ammonia world. After serarching on the GalNet's forum, I have deduced that these are fairly rare planets, which must make me fairly lucky. I've discovered two since setting out on my mission. No Earthlikes, though.

Computer, end recording

RECORDING TERMINATED...

LOG STORED TO ARCHIVE...

Captain's Log, Stardate 19/9/3307

Computer, begin recording

Captain's Log, Stardate 19/9/3307

I've discovered a notable stellar anomaly within system Plaa Aescs BC-D d12-119. I jumped into system, and imediately engaged my D-Scanner, searching for planetary bodies. When I opened up the Full-Spectrum Analysis panel, I noted a concentrated signal source on my dashboard. After ten minutes of searching, I found it within the ring of a gas giant. Upon arriving at the destination, I disengaged my FSD and proceeded to the signal source. I encountered several strange crystalline structures, which I scanned, revealing them to be Rubeum metallic crystals. They were not mined for minerals, for my ship is ill-equipped to this task. This is CMDR Anglert83, signing off.

Computer, end recording

RECORDING TERMINATED.... LOG SAVED TO SHIP DATABANKS....