Today, 5:05 AM · 19 replies and 350 views.
Found my third undiscovered PN; a nice pink one just right outside and slightly above the galactic core. My wife is using a screenshot that I took as her wallpaper right now (I can post a full-sized shot on imgur, if folks are interested):
As for my plans for the next week or so, I've picked out a track of A supergiants that will lead me back toward a small cluster of PNs closer to the galactic core (fingers crossed that CMDR Madraix didn't get there first) then intensify my search for rare stuff like unique stars, Earth-likes and close-in gas giants. Speaking of Earth-Likes, I refined my technique over the weekend and managed to find 12 more, as well as dozens of Water Worlds in three days.
One final note -- I found a landable planet with a radius of ~20,600 KM. I haven't scanned it yet, but I am kind of tempted to try to land on it. Should I even attempt that with rinky-dink ASP X thrusters that top out at 260 m/s?