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  1. #2521
    I'd like to add another system please:

    Reptile Point
    Stuemeae FG-Y D3465
    Historical POI

    Bearing a type K star and type M dwarf, the system is 0.74LY from Sagittarius A* and was the system from which the Useless Reptile, the first ship to reach Sagittarius A*, engaged its frameshift drive to enter the Sagittarius A* system.


    https://youtu.be/W8wJIJSkjPY

    (I'm planning to head there again after the Enigma Expedition to get more info on the system.)


    The Fox Rings
    Beauty POI

    HIP 15153. Within Thargoid territory. The ringed moon is outermost from this ringed planet but its orbital angle means one can have spectacular views of these worlds.

    https://twitter.com/CMDR_Zulu_Romeo/...95820664176641

    https://youtu.be/b7xwD-UJ7R4


    Torment Prime
    "Beauty" POI

    M21 sector WP-C A14-1, near the Lagoon Nebula. This ominous brown dwarf hides a deadly evil: the first planet, a hellish ammonia world bathed in the dark light of its parent star. A disconcerting and uncomfortable sight, only strong minds and wills dare visit.

    https://twitter.com/CMDR_Zulu_Romeo/...67040068931584

  2. #2522
    Nice to see Zulu Romeo is still around scanning stars and writing names. Kudos!

    I have a general question for the GMP: is there a current 'need' for anything particular? Like photographs of megaships or a missing asteroid base or two? I am feeling the urge to go out there with a camera and would doubly love it if I were to tack on something useful to the galactic mapping project.

  3. #2523
    Originally Posted by Lance 'Spacecat' D. View Post (Source)
    I have a general question for the GMP: is there a current 'need' for anything particular? Like photographs of megaships or a missing asteroid base or two? I am feeling the urge to go out there with a camera and would doubly love it if I were to tack on something useful to the galactic mapping project.
    I guess we can extend that to nebulae too. There are many procgen nebulae on the other side of the core and out past Colonia, but I haven't compared against the GMP to see if any are still needed.

  4. #2524
    Originally Posted by Lance 'Spacecat' D. View Post (Source)
    Nice to see Zulu Romeo is still around scanning stars and writing names. Kudos!

    I have a general question for the GMP: is there a current 'need' for anything particular? Like photographs of megaships or a missing asteroid base or two? I am feeling the urge to go out there with a camera and would doubly love it if I were to tack on something useful to the galactic mapping project.
    If you have nice pictures with black backgrounds I will likely add them to EDSM, I miss some stations types, and some are particular so...

  5. #2525
    Originally Posted by Lance 'Spacecat' D. View Post (Source)
    Nice to see Zulu Romeo is still around scanning stars and writing names. Kudos!

    I have a general question for the GMP: is there a current 'need' for anything particular? Like photographs of megaships or a missing asteroid base or two? I am feeling the urge to go out there with a camera and would doubly love it if I were to tack on something useful to the galactic mapping project.
    Hey there! Thanks for offering your assistance

    A few things come to mind:

    - images of the growing barnacle "forests"
    - images and description of any generation ships that have been listed on the Canonn site but is not yet listed by the GMP (it has been some time since I checked if we were updated)

    Once the new planetary tech arrives we will need updating and new images for many existing POIs, but that is a bit premature right now...

  6. #2526
    Originally Posted by Lance 'Spacecat' D. View Post (Source)
    is there a current 'need' for anything particular? Like photographs of megaships or a missing asteroid base or two? I am feeling the urge to go out there with a camera and would doubly love it if I were to tack on something useful to the galactic mapping project.
    You can do as I did: look through the existing POIs and see if you can find any without a picture or description.

  7. #2527
    Originally Posted by Orvidius View Post (Source)
    I guess we can extend that to nebulae too. There are many procgen nebulae on the other side of the core and out past Colonia, but I haven't compared against the GMP to see if any are still needed.
    There are some real life nebulas that aren't registered as POIs.

  8. #2528
    Originally Posted by Corbin Moran View Post (Source)

    - images of the growing barnacle "forests"

  9. #2529
    Well, I just reviewed the known generation ships, as of today only one is missing: The Artemis.
    It's located in Mu Cassiopeia (in orbit of C1) and the fluff text is best taken from here

    I've taken two decent-ish 640 pixel pictures, pick your favorite:





  10. #2530
    Found some jumponium system. Here are the details:


    Name: Gooria EC-D d12-1
    Game map search ref: Gooria EC-D d12-1
    Description:
    https://imgur.com/Q6KjY3l
    Vanadium: 1d(3.3%), 1e(3.2%), 1f(3.2%)
    Germanium: 1c(3.6%), 1f(3.7%), 2c(3.6%), 2e(3.5%)
    Cadmium: 2a(0.9%), 2b(0.9%), 2c(1.0%), 2d(1.0%),2e(0.9%)
    Niobium: 1d(0.9%), 1e(0.9%), 1f(0.9%), 2d(0.8%)
    Arsenic: 1d(1.7%), 2d(1.6%)
    Yttrium: 1c(0.8%), 1f(0.8%), 2d(0.7%), 2e(0.7%)
    Polonium: 1b(0.3%), 1d(0.4%), 2c(0.3%)



    Name: Roefua LG-W d2-19
    Game map search ref: Roefua LG-W d2-19
    Description:
    https://imgur.com/UsuiSmg
    Found a Jumponium System
    Vanadium: 2(5.3%), 4d(4.4%), 4g(3.1%), 5b(3.0%)
    Germanium: 4c(5.2%), 4d(5.1%), 4e(3.6%), 4f(3.6%), 5a(3.5%), 5f(3.5%), 5h(3.5%), 5i(3.4%)
    Cadmium: 1(2.8%), 4g(1.0%), 5a(1.0%), 5b(0,9%), 5c(0,9%), 5d(1.0%), 5f(0,9%)
    Niobium: 4a(1.2%), 4c(1.2%), 4e(0.8%), 5a(0.8%), 5d(0.9%), 5g(0.8%), 5h(0.8%), 5i(0.8%)
    Arsenic: 4c(2.3%), 5d(1.6%)
    Yttrium: 1(2.2%), 2(1.3%), 4d(1.1%), 5a(0.7%), 5c(0.7%), 5e(0.7%), 5h(0.7%)
    Polonium: 4b(0.5%)

  11. #2531
    POI: Jumponium rich systems

    Treasure Chest Nebula Depot
    Galmap ref: Hyuqu EQ-Y d158

    Oob Brue Depot
    Galmap ref: Oob Brue YW-W c4-2

    Wizard's Hat Nebula Depot
    Galmap ref: Phroea Bluae LI-E c14-190

    The Midway Depot
    Galmap ref: Tegnio DU-A d7

    Red Fog Rising Depot
    Galmap ref: Tegnae HT-Z d13-4

    Bison Grass Depot
    Galmap ref: Braisoae JB-I b24-0

    Hawking's Nebula Depot
    Galmap ref: Eock Bluae WC-U c3-0

    Lonely Depot
    Galmap ref: Squern UK-Z c0

  12. #2532
    But does not automatically appear as a POI on EDSM galaxy map I think...?

  13. #2533

    Regarding green systems

    With the new feature to search for green systems via the EDSM database we will be much more restrictive about adding green systems to the map.

    Still, it is a nice feature to be able to spot at least some om the many green systems directly on the galactic map as a POI entry.

    There are a few regions on the map entirely devoid of player-submitted green system POIs:
    - East: Gallipolis / Circinus Transit / Euros / The Torment / The Ascendance / Hipparcos Bassin
    - Far Northwest: Mare Desperationis / central Abyssal Plain
    - Far Southeast: Orion Spur Shallows / Perseus Transit / Tenebris
    - Near West: Anthor Patch / south Orio-Persean Conflux

    If you have found anything in those regions, please let us know.

    If you find green systems outside these areas we will probably not add it to the map.


    Cheers

  14. #2534
    So ATM there is now other way of finding Green system on EDSM than manually looking for it? I was not aware, I thought you can somehow find Green systems next to you, would be a nice feature.
    I am going East and then South East, so will add some to the list in the next week or so.

  15. #2535
    - POI Name: Perseus' Wedding
    - POI Type: Planetray Features
    - GalMap Ref: Wredgu SE-Y b33-0 Body : 1 - 1A - 2
    - Description: System discovered during the Perseus Survey. Two wonderful landable HMC orbit each other at 0.23 sl. Both have rings and the fact that they are less than 10 sl from the star create a splendid view ! For all these reasons where the star spectate this dance I named this system "Perseus' Wedding". Moreover one of the HMC have a landable moon (248km radius) and this system is a green system. A perfect spot for an explorer !
    - Screenshot reference: