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  • Para Handy's Avatar
    Today, 8:11 PM · 366 replies and 16215 views.
    That is actually a bit of a fable. The truth is supposed to be that there were moves towards negotiating a surrender and then when the USSR stormed into Mongolia and routed the Japanese there, it was a foregone conclusion. So you could argue that the practical field tests atomic blasts helped but to suggest they solely averted two years of slogging away up the mainland at the cost of millions of lives is not accurate to say the least.
  • Agony_Aunt's Avatar
    Today, 8:11 PM · 70 replies and 1450 views.
    Have you raised a ticket about this, becuase this seems like an individual problem rather than a global issue.
  • Brianna of Ardagh's Avatar
    Today, 8:10 PM · 142 replies and 7547 views.
    I hope they put it up on YouTube, the Frontier Developments channel would be a good place, as it is it gets almost no use. It’s a good idea to saturate every outlet you have access to with information about your company and games. Not every customer or potential customer subscribes to every outlet.
  • Garand1987's Avatar
    Today, 8:09 PM · 24 replies and 414 views.
    Heck you got $1000 budget you said? RTX2070 $500 Ryzen 5 2600 $164 Asrock B450 Pro4 Mobo $89 2x8 Corsair DDR4 @3000 Ram $100 EVGA 750w Gold modular PSU $80 That leaves you about $70 for a nifty case (which can be had in that price range) and a couple fans (can always get more later if needed) provided you plan on reusing your current HDD for now (Windows 10 is free btw, just has a water mark on the desktop until you activate) And periferals.
  • 777Driver's Avatar
    Today, 8:09 PM · 76 replies and 2709 views.
    Fairly certain the other stations only had a single CG, Obsidian Orbital has poor facilities because hardly anyone took part. Will be interesting to see how this turns out, from phase 1 results this station should be packing everything a cmdr needs once completeted.
  • starman's Avatar
    Today, 8:08 PM · 54 replies and 1773 views.
    starman replied to a thread Oh Shinrarta in Dangerous Discussion
    Does this planet name actually have any meaning? Or is it just a group of random letters?
  • Il genovese's Avatar
    Today, 8:08 PM · 4820 replies and 175177 views.
    Не так давно наоборот - имперских не было. Их подвозят и отвозят, метода для страждущих остается уже давно))
  • VeryLittleGravitas's Avatar
    Today, 8:07 PM · 6 replies and 69 views.
    Also, managed to get my girlfriend hooked on the game
  • Yata_PL's Avatar
    Today, 8:07 PM · 31 replies and 1703 views.
    check this settings https://forum.pimaxvr.com/t/elite-dangerous-setup-guide-lets-make-it-dark-again/13334
  • Maro-Val's Avatar
    Today, 8:07 PM · 76 replies and 2709 views.
    Thats what i would like to know also, as the right thing is to know from before the CG starts. I doubt they will tell us, or they will decide at the last moment.
  • Garzvug's Avatar
    Today, 8:07 PM · 2 replies and 56 views.
    That is a fair criticism. Telescopic data (that could be reasonably included in the galmap without breaking immersion) can provide us with a small amount of crucial info. We can deduce using MODERN technology the mass, number or stars, luminosity, and approximate temperature of stellar bodies simply by observing their light and doing some gravitational calculus. I wouldn't expect anything that couldn't be derived from telescope data to be included for unexplored systems. Small bodies, stellar phenomena, geologic activity... we can't use telescopic data for really any of that, at least yet. Buuuut... the Galmap already includes info on number stars, type of stars, and star staging; these inclusions indicate to me that the galaxy has somehow been fully "charted" telescopically. I would like the Galmap filters to let us mine that telescope data to the greatest extent reasonable.
  • Old Duck's Avatar
    Today, 8:07 PM · 2025 replies and 154998 views.
    I take it back. It appears we won! EDIT Well the galaxy map doesn't jive with what I'm seeing in the system, so I don't know what's going on....
  • Maro-Val's Avatar
    Today, 8:05 PM · 1662 replies and 364990 views.
    Will there be any "hull rats" for the CG so they can repair our ships maybe??
  • Han_Zen's Avatar
    Today, 8:05 PM · 6254 replies and 556404 views.
    Iím Going for a few long SC runs in Sol. I have no idea about the direction, but itís not towards Sirius. Did 3 ly that direction, once. :D I guess Tau Ceti and Merope would be on the list? Perhaps Antares?
  • 777Driver's Avatar
    Today, 8:05 PM · 3 replies and 0 views.
    Nope, you can even find high paying routes on the same planet, a few seconds in orbital cruise from one surface port to another. Even back in the day Mercury (sol) used to have a nice interdiction free route between Erlich City & Furukawa Enterprise. Obsidian orbital to Darnielle's Progress is another (around 6000km) Probably thousands of these routes out there, the new BGS changes have also been very good for trucking (if you understand how system states work)
  • Alpenmilch's Avatar
    Today, 8:05 PM · 316 replies and 29752 views.
    No changes of the percentage today?
  • Maolagin's Avatar
    Today, 8:05 PM · 15 replies and 170 views.
    Well, if we can imagine suitably strong canisters, we could be transporting slugs of metallic hydrogen. That has a density up to a couple times the density of water. Probably need to keep it pressurized to a few million atmospheres though! SRVs can synth their own spare parts and fuel from minor amounts of raw elements, maybe they synth canisters the same way? Or maybe the ship does, once the SRV docks again. Maybe the cargo racks themselves contain equipment for 3D printing new canisters if needed. Would explain why the larger ones cost so much.
  • CunningStunt's Avatar
    Today, 8:05 PM · 14 replies and 154 views.
    Thanks, I've edited my bug report to reflect that.
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