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    Today, 6:32 AM · 2883 replies and 210382 views.
    Trying to find some damned volcanism. Found a moon with Major Silicate Vapour Geysers with a radius of 450km. Should be a good candidate, but nothin so far. I have had a few of the super tiny POI blue circles, and they turn out to be things like mesondrites and crap like that. Very frustrating, but I did manage to capture this shot...
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    Today, 4:04 AM · 4 replies and 89 views.
    straha20 replied to a thread A questions about WWs in Exploration
    The habitable zone only really estimates where candidates for teraforming are likely to be found, and since this WW is not listed as a CFT, I'd say yeah, this is about right.
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    Yesterday, 6:54 PM · 16 replies and 472 views.
    In fairness as well, EDSM does in fact refer to, and list these as Planetary Nebula.
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    Yesterday, 2:08 PM · 16 replies and 472 views.
    I do think the biggest trick is being dedicated and methodical. Using the method laid out above by Ziggy, finding them is not to terribly difficult, especially in the core area where there are loads of them. That's not to say that they pop up all over the place, but they are there, and that's where the methodical and dedicated comes in. One thing I would add to the method if finding untagged planetary nebulas is the goal, as soon as one is found on the galmap, go look for the system in EDSM. If it is there, then for all intents and purposes, it is tagged and can be ignored. If it is not in EDSM, go visit it. There is still a very good chance it has been previously tagged, but at least now EDSM has it recorded. When this thread appeared, I was just wrapping up a super giant survey, so I finished wrapping that up, and went out pretty much immediately to find an untagged planetary nebula. In less than a month, I located hundreds on the map in the core area, about 60 of them were not listed in EDSM,...
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    Yesterday, 1:52 PM · 11 replies and 393 views.
    As for the F I0, G I0 and K I0, I have all of those, but as I discovered, all of the procedurally generated super giants are on spectral class letter higher than their normal, and giant variants. So the Red super giant that would be expected to be a class M, in GalMap it is shown as a class K, as shown in the screen shots above. That holds for all proc gen super giants, so it doesn't look like any of us are going to find a proc gen M class super giant because they don't exist in the game.
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    15/10/2017, 11:39 PM · 1015 replies and 33462 views.
    So long as I can have the very last numbered roster spot :D
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    15/10/2017, 7:34 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
    Third raw video...
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    15/10/2017, 6:23 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
    Raw video number 2
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    15/10/2017, 6:20 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
    Well, if the average speed takes into account the oscillations, which it did because you calculated it based off of data over an extended period of time, then they were bound to be correct, so well done!
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    15/10/2017, 5:35 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
    Here is the first one. Two more are uploading now...
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    15/10/2017, 5:23 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
    I managed to get my video capture going, and got some pretty good raw footage. Lots of reference frame shifts among other things. Uploading now...
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    15/10/2017, 5:05 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
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    15/10/2017, 4:40 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
    What is interesting is that I can enter supercruise here since I am not mass locked, and no escape vector.
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    15/10/2017, 4:37 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
    I am about 45km from POC here...
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    15/10/2017, 4:30 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
    146 km above C moon is where I just flipped to the B moon influence at 18/-72 VERY eerie hearing the creaking and shaking of the transition
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    15/10/2017, 4:14 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
    100 km up on C moon...
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    15/10/2017, 3:44 PM · 225 replies and 14395 views.
    Who'd have though an Asp and an Anaconda could wedge a couple of moons?
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    15/10/2017, 3:19 PM · 10 replies and 404 views.
    Show me an MI super giant and I'll be impressed :D All of the Red super giants I have found show as spectral class K in the GalMap. In fact, all the procgen super giants show as one spectral class higher in the GalMap.
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    15/10/2017, 6:41 AM · 11 replies and 393 views.
    It's spectral class, and this has been what I have found in general with regard to being a class higher, and not just in this cluster. For instance, red dwarfs are class M. Red giants are class M, but red super giants are are class K. Red super giants were Kx Ixx. Most common was K1 IAB. Phraa Pruae EG-Y E87 Luminosity classes were exactly where they should be with III and II for the giants in the area, and the I for the super giants.
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    15/10/2017, 2:08 AM · 225 replies and 14395 views. the journal file, is the semi-major axis listed in meters?
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