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Thread: [DISTANT WORLDS] Cartographic & Prospecting Public Service

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    Post [DISTANT WORLDS] Cartographic & Prospecting Public Service


    Greetings fellow explorers! This thread has the aim to collect part of the data produced by expedition members, and by other threads that have a similar function.
    Let's start to suggest you other places that uses 3rd party tools and will be more complete and have less restrictions than mine, wich is basically a cold SERVICE.
    0: [DW] Prospecting Central: this is where it all begins and ends. All the info on prospecting from the first step into your SRV to the management of the Monster Spreadsheet, including everyrthing that's in between, can be found here. Thanks to Nexolek, Baroness Galaxy and MANY OTHERS that are all credited inside the document. You can call this thread the Prospector's Bible, it's not an exageration.
    1: If you are committed to learn an easy web tool to dump data this is a fantastic place to go and will have a lot of usefull information. I will be using that to: Scouting&Exploring Coordination tool by Jhyrryl
    2: If you are into Google Docs and Excellsheets, many are beeing done, but all the one relevant for the expedition are summarized in the Distant Worlds Material Locationsthanks to Nexolek
    3: The FGE is creating an incredible mapping effort here, and it's highly suggested to have a look or better partecipate: FGE Astrogrphics Department by corbin Moran
    4: If you are into a scientifical approach to prospecting, in the following spreadsheets there's everything prospected untill now, and a lot of statistic. This document is known as The Monster Sheet

    IMPORTANT NOTICE
    Some submitters are giving me only systen name, planet number and mats founds, but i ask a little more data. It's all written in OP, please everybody read the OP before submitting
    I will do my best to accept impartial data too, but if you like me and want to be even more usefull for the community please take the little effort I'm asking:
    1: Distance from POI : it's important so fleet members with time will have system to prospect close to each other. If the surface feature is outstanding i can overlook this.
    2: Every Main Star in system (only the first letter is fine, G is fine, G2 V is not necessary) this gives the planets and moons name a sense, also it's better to know if the arrival point is scoopable or it's a dangerous NS or something. And lastly, with this info, dedicated scientist might have little use of the list to do deeper research that are not requested here.
    3: Planet Type: we cannot be completly sure that mats are 100% random. If it will turn out that metallicity or so change the rng, without this info the list will be useless in a split second. It's too early to be sure of anything. I'm not asking metallicity, but please planet type might turn out to be important
    4: Planet G: it is very important to know beforhand, since many fleet members have decided to avoid High G worlds, and if they are unsure on how to land on them, that's a wise decision.
    5: Distance from entry point in LS if all the mats are in a system, but i have to supercruise 500,000LS to get Polonium, maybe it's better I go in another system already
    6: No premium boosts: I ask only jup mats, but if the very rare is different from Yttrium and Polonium tell us, so no further attempt to look for them will be made.

    If you think about it, it's really the bare minimu requirement for practicality, and it doesn't have nothing to do with !!Science!!.
    Also if you can use the dump format to copypaste, you would immensly need me in beeing quick to update the OP
    Thank you very much.
    DUMP FORMAT
    Distance from POI N°# in LY Name of System Main star(s) Class Planet Name (Planet type) (g) (distance from jump in) Notes: jump boost mats go here, if there are no premium jump boost mats also write it here. Here also go a SHORT description of the OUTSTANDING planetary surface WITH THE COORDINATES, and I'll link your post with screenshots and video (spoilerized)




    Premises are:
    1: We won't use any 3rd party tool, data will be dumped in a format I'll give below.
    2: It wil be accessible from here, you will be able to directly copy paste the systen name into the gal map and set a route.
    This is to facilitate the players with a limited period of time, that have two hours and need jump boosts.

    What to dump
    1: Only dumping in the form below by a post in the thread will be accepted, however you collected that data i don't care (Copy/pasted by google doc or Trello is perfectly fine)
    2: Planets rich of jump-boost materials, especially VERY RARE. These entries are accepted in a 300LY radius from a POI, OR in the beeline between 2 subsequent POIs. The aim is to create a jump-boost material rich highway for future galactic crossing and it will be eventually made up by CMDR Erimus "Kamzel". See below guidelines of what to post. Don't post here any other kind of material, SRVs materials are easy to find, if you absolutly need those there are the other threads listed above.
    3: Planets that have outstanding superficial features like deep canyons, tall mountains, and strage geological formations like monolith, for example. This entries are accepted 500LY from a POI. Of course a picture or video are required and don't forget to post the coordinates displayed in your hud under the altimeter, otherwise it's close to impossible for others to get there anyway.

    QUICK GUIDE ON PROSPECTING AND JUMP-BOOST GALACTIC HIGHWAY PROJECT


    We are only interested in jump-boost materials. Materials are divided into 4 categories based on their rarity, and to rapresent this they have "leaves" symbols near their name in hte ingame inventory:

    VERY COMMON (1 leaf): we are not interested in those, they are not for jump-boosts but mainly for SRV. Beeing very common they can be found almost everywherE.
    COMMON (2 leaves): Arsenic, Vanadium and Germanium are the common ones for Boosting.
    RARE (3 leaves): Niobium and Cadmium are the rare for Boosting.
    VERY RARE (4 leaves): Yttrium and Polonium are the very rare for Boosting

    3-2-1 RULE
    Another important thing to understand is the 3-2-1 rule: one planet will yeald only 3 types of common, 2 types of rare, and 1 type of very rare.
    This bring to the following conclusions:
    1: if in a planet you find a very rare that's neither Yttrium or Polonium, that planets does not yeld any premium boost material. If so please write in the planet notes.
    2: some planets yeld 4 different boosts mats or even 5, including a very rare. An example could be Yttrium, Cadmium, Arsenic, Germanium. This planet yelds a very rare, a rare and 2 commons for boosts. It's the best scenario for boosting mats. These quadruple planets are invaluable for explorers and they don't seem very frequent. In fact here you can hoard intermediate boost mats while looking for the very difficult to find very rare one.

    These planets will be called Yttrium+3 or Polonium+3 depending the very rare they yeld, and are the good ones to form a Galactic Highway rich of boost mats, and they are the ones we are mostly interested in. For these planets we will do an exception and accept them even if they are in the direct line of 2 subsequent POIs but outside their 300LY radius. Also, even rarer Yttrium+4 and Polonium+4 planets have been found and are of uttermost importance


    Here we have a disgram with the Wave Scanner Signals, with courtesy of CMDR Zieman

    Metallic Meteorite: best chance to drop VR or R. Often they come in groups of 3 in a 100m radius. Even if they give the best chance of VR or R it's not guaranteed. Many times they only give Very Commons
    Metallic Outcrop: second best chance to find VR or R.
    Mesosiderite: they can give a VR, but it's not frequent.
    Bronzite Chordite, Common Outcrop: in the vast majority of cases they give only Very Common or maybe a Common. Tough it might happen they pop a VR, it's VERY infrequent, and reported only few times.

    At last, I remeber you that this is just a quick guide on the go, a serious all explanation about prospecting is here [DW] Prospecting Central


    LIST COLOURING
    You don't have to use any colour, It's my job and they are for easy spotting what you need
    I will list materials:
    Polonium in red.
    Yttrium in blue.
    In YELLOW when they are Rare (3 leaves) for jump boost: Niobium, Cadmium
    In GREEN when they are Common (2 leaves) for jump boost: Arsenic, Vanadium, Germanium
    For the Galactic Jump-Boost Highway Project we are particularly interested in Planets that contains 4 jump boost mats including a very rare. These systems are very handy for Explorers: you can stock up on intermidiate mats while looking for the very rare ones. These quadruple boost planets are called Yttrium+3, or Polonium+3, depending on the very rare they yeld. System names that have one of these planets inside are coloured in red or blue to make easy to spot them in the list. The Rare systems that yeld in their planets ALL the materials to jump boost are coloured in green



    GROUP MECHANICS MOVIE COLLECTION

    VERY IMPORTANT, HOW TO PROSPECT FROM SHIP (YES SHIP) IF ALL YOUR SRV ARE GONE
    (You need a friend on SRV that sposts nodes from you, then you can destroy and scoop them from ship, or only scoop from ship if you have no weapons)
    By courtesy of Erimus, linked upon is request and permission.

    WING PLANETFALL AND CLOSE LANDING



    00: PALLAENI (300LY RADIUS)

    1 0 LY from Pallaeni Pallaeni nd A2 (nd) (nd) (nd) Odd shaped planet with lots of craters and deep canyons
    2 15 LY from Pallaeni HR 5401 A A1 (Metal Rich) (1.11g) (93LS)
    BC2E (Icy) (0.09G) (182LS)
    Polonium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Germanium
    3 34 LY from Pallaeni HIP 66854 nd A3 (nd) (nd) (nd) Yttrium, Cadmium, Germanium, Arsenic
    4 35 LY from Pallaeni COL 285 Sector YP-O D6-78 G A3 (Icy) (0.08g) (1243.41LS) Cadmium, Niobium, no VR boost
    5 43 LY from Pallaeni HR 5058 K, M A1 (HMC) (1.61g) (484.39LS) Polonium​, Vanadium
    6 75 LY from Pallaeni COL 285 Sector QF-W A45-1 T 1A (Icy) (0.09g) (352.81LS) Niobium, Germanium, no VR boost
    7 79 LY from Pallaeni HIP 71369 G 1 (HMC) (0.48g) (112.75LS)
    4 (HMC) (1.11g) (nd)
    Yttrium​, Cadmium, Vanadium, Germanium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Niobium
    8 82 LY from Pallaeni COL 285 Sector CS-F B26-5 nd A1 (HMC) (0.98g) (6LS)
    B2 (HMC) (0.31g) (7679LS)
    B4 (Icy) (0.21g) (7694LS)
    Yttrium, Niobium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Germanium, Arsenic
    Cadmium, Niobium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    9 88 LY from Pallaeni COL 285 Sector CH-B C14-9 G, Y A3 (HMC) (0.99g) (52LS) Yttrium, Germanium
    10 106 LY from Pallaeni COL 285 Sector FD-E B27-2 M, L A1A (Icy) (0.22g) (338.24LS)
    A2A (Icy) (0.24g) (1029.22LS)
    Yttrium, Germanium
    Niobium, Vanadium
    11 120 LY from Pallaeni Shinrarta Dezhra (permit required) K, M A1 (HMC) (1g) (40LS) Polonium, Niobium, Arsenic, Germanium
    12 124 LY from Pallaeni Timbalderis K, M, M B1 (Metal Rich) (0.36g) (264.39LS) Polonium, Vanadium, Arsenic
    13 187 LY from Pallaeni Junga nd 5 (nd) (0,22g) (nd)
    7 (nd) (0,57g) (nd)
    Yttrium, Arsenic, Vanadium, Germanium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium
    14 208 LY from Pallaeni PRAE EUQ MR-W C1-26 K 2 (HMC) (0.42g) (75.51LS) Yttrium
    15 226 LY from Pallaeni V2151 CYGNI A, K, K B3 (HMC) (0.46g) (2980.4LS) Yttrium, Niobium, Cadmium, Germanium
    16 265 LY from Pallaeni HR 6421 A 2 (Metal Rich) (1.43g) (83.56LS) Cadmium, Vanadium, no VR boost 6Km Mountain @ 38.6/-134.8
    17 346 LY from Pallaeni HIP 19157 F, M A1 (HMC) (1.76g) (123LS) Yttrium, Niobium, Cadmium, Germanium, Vanadium
    18 358 LY from Pallaeni Mu-1 Scorpii System B A3A (Metal Rich) (0.21g) (nd)
    A3B (Metal Rich) (0.20g) (nd)
    Yttrium, Vanadium
    Niobium, Cadmium, no premium boost


































    01: FINE RING SECTOR (300LY radius from Shapley 1)

    1 3 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector IR-W D1-141 F, K B3A (Rocky) (0.16g) (4769LS)
    B5A (Rocky) (0.32g) (5032LS)
    Cadmium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Cadmium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    2 5 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector JH-V C2-4 K A1 (HMC) (0.09g) (73LS)
    A3 (HMC) (0.13g) (130LS)
    Polonium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium, Germanium
    Basecamp 01 Laika's Rest
    3 8 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector NI-S b4-2 M 3A (nd) (0.18g) (1643LS) Niobium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    4 9 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector JH-V c2-10 K, nd, nd 1A (nd) (0.22g) (87LS)
    A1A (nd) (0.07g) (87LS)
    A7 (nd) (0.23g) (479LS)
    A8 (nd) (0.2g) (633LS)
    BC1 (nd) (0.15g) (4273LS)
    Niobium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Niobium, Cadmium, no VR boost
    Polonium, Germanium
    Cadmium, Arsenic
    Yttrium, Cadmium
    5 25 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector MI-S b4-1 M A5 (nd) (0.39g) (2091LS)
    B2 (nd) (0.19g) (4845LS)
    B3 (nd) (0.19g) (4937LS)
    Cadmium, Germanium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Cadmium, Niobium, Vanadium, Germanium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium
    6 28 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector CQ-Y D62 nd, F B6A (Rocky) (0.27g) (3347LS) Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium, Germanium, Arsenic
    7 47 LY from shapley 1 Fine Ring YP-O B6-3 nd, M 2B (Icy) (0.1g) (2826LS) Polonium, Niobium, Vanadium, Germanium
    8 61 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector CL-X B1-5 M 1C (Icy) (0.05g) (543LS)
    1D (Icy) (0.05g) (541LS)
    2B (Icy) (0.13g) (814 LS)
    Yttrium
    Niobium, Cadmium
    Yttrium, Cadmium
    9 62 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector DL-Y E3 A, G, A, K ABCD 1 A (Rocky) (0.24g) (2636LS)
    ABCD 1 B (Rocky) (0.25g) (2633LS)
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Niobium, Vanadium, Germainium, no VR boost
    10 70 LY from Shapley 1 HD 143056 G 1 (Metal Rich) (1.26g) (153LS)
    5 (HMC) (1.72g) (329LS)
    Polonium, Niobium, Germanium
    Cadmium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    11 79 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector EL-Y D47 Orange Giant 3 (HMC) (1.46g) (nd)
    6A (Rocky) (0.05g) (3682LS)
    Niobium, Cadmium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium, Arsenic
    6A 10Km Mountain @ 67/-134
    12 89 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector ZE-A E14 B 3 (HMC) (2.57g) (481LS)
    6 (HMC) (2.48g) (937LS)
    Yttrium, Niobium, Cadmium, Germanium, Arsenic
    Polonium, Niobium, Arsenic
    13 98 LY from Shapley 1 Fine Ring Sector WE-Z B7 M 1 (HMC) (1.04g) (6.42LS)
    3A (Icy body) (0.09g) (1,481LS)
    Polonium, Niobium, Germanium
    Cadmium, no VR boost
    .
    Impressive Canyon System
    @ 21/-37
    14 150 LY from Shapley 1 PRAEA EUQ VA-K B36-3 M A1 (HMC) (0.48g) (6LS) Polonium, Noibium, Vanadium
    15 156 LY from Shapley 1 PRAEA EUK UA-K B36-1 M 1 (HMC) (0.41g) (295LS) Niobium, Cadmium, Arsenic, Vanadium, No VR boost
    16 160 LY from Shapley 1 HIP 77701 B, B A1 (Metal Rich) (2.03g) (181LS)
    A3 (HMC) (2.38g) (526LS)
    B1 (nd) (nd) (7858LS)
    Cadmium, Germanium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Vanadium
    17 273 LY from Shapley 1 Praea Euq VO-I D9-57 K 1 (Metal Rich) (0.08g) (21LS) Egg Shaped planet with
    12km DEEP HUGE CRATER visible from orbit

    coord roughly -50/100
    18 1200 LY from Shapley 1 HAT-P-7 nd 4 (HMC) (nd) (nd) Huge Circular Cliff@ about -50/80

    02: LAGOON NEBULA (300LY radius from Herschel 36)

    0 14 LY from Herschel 36
    Basecamp 02
    Tinné's Endevour
    NGC 6530 WFI 16706 M, nd 1A1
    A4F (Icy) (0.16g) (1884LS)
    A5C (Icy) (0.08g) (1742LS)
    Niobium, Germanium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium, Arsenic
    Cadmium, Vanadium, Germanium, no VR boost
    Basecamp 02 Tinné's Endevour
    1 8 LY from Herschel 36 Lagoon Sector JH-V c2-11 K 2 (HMC) (0.79g) (41LS)
    6A (Rocky) (0.17g) (131LS)
    7A (Rocky Icy) (0.14g) (785LS)
    8A (Icy) (0.12g) (1028LS)
    8B (Icy) (0.12g) (1026LS)
    8C (Icy) (0.1g) (1029LS)
    8E (Icy) (0.14g) (1034LS)
    8F (Icy) (0.14g) (1032LS)
    8G (Icy) (0.14g) (1033LS)
    Niobium, Germanium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Niobium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Cadmium, Arsenic, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Arsenic
    Cadmium, Noibium, Germanium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Niobium, Cadmium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Niobium, Cadmium, Germanium
    Polonium, Cadmium, Arsenic, Germanium
    2 11 LY from Herschel 36 Lagoon Sector FW-W D1-122 G, M A5A (Rocky) (0.10g) (1803LS)
    A4A (Rocky) (0.11G) (102LS)
    A7C (Rocky) (0.14g) (1803LS)
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Arsenic
    Polonium, Germanium
    3 11 LY from Herschel 36 Lagoon Sector IH-V C2-6 G 4 (HMC) (0.37g) (nd) Yttrium, Niobium, Vanadium, Germanium
    4 14 LY from Herschel 36 NGC 6530 CDZ 199 A 2A (Rocky) (0.12g) (nd) Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    5 15 LY from Herschel 36 Lagoon Sector FW-W D1-126 F, nd, nd ABC4A (Rocky) (0,05g) (nd)
    ABC4B (Rocky) (0.06g) (2706LS)
    Yttrium, Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Niobium
    6 18 LY from Herschel 36 Lagoon Sector TJ-Q B5-2 M 2 (Icy) (0.24g) (1188LS) Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    7 19 LY from Herschel 36 Lagoon Sector FW-W D1-153 F, M, M A2 (Metal Rich) (1.13g) (56.10LS)
    A4 (HMC) (1.06g) (102.19LS)
    Cadmium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium
    8 24 LY from Herschel 36 Lagoon Sector NI-S B4-10 T 5 (HMC) (0.2g) (31LS) Yttrium, Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium
    9 24 LY from Herschel 36 Lagoon Sector SO-Q B5-9 K, L A2 (HMC) (0.29g) (157LS)
    A5 (HMC) (0.18g) (293LS)
    A6 (Icy) (0.16g) (581LS)
    A7 (Icy) (0.16g) (671LS)
    B1 (HMC) (0.14g) (6272LS)
    B2 (Icy) (0.19g) (6567LS)
    Polonium, Arsenic
    Polonium
    Yttrium
    Niobium, Germanium, no VR boost
    Cadmium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Niobium, Vanadium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    10 28 LY from Herschel 36 Lagoon Sector BQ-Y D137 F, F A1 (Metal Rich) (43LS) (0.94G)
    A2 (HMC) (76LS) (0.79G)
    A3 (HMC) (132LS) (1.03G)
    A4 (HMC) (222LS) (1.05G)
    A7A (Rocky) (1961LS) (0.11G)
    A7B (Rocky) (1960LS) (0.14G)
    A7C (Rocky) (1966LS) (0.13G)
    A7D (Rocky) (1954LS) (0.12G)
    Arsenic no Vr boost
    Polonium
    Cadmium, Polonium
    Vanadium, Germanium
    , Niobium, no VR boost
    Germanium, Cadmium, Niobium, Yttrium
    Arsenic, Vanadium, Yttrium
    Germanium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Arsenic, Niobium, no VR boost
    11 30 LY from Herschel 36 Lagoon Sector HR-W D1-80 F, G, M AB1 (Metal Rich) (0.37g) (47LS) Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium, Germanium
    12 70 LY from Herschel 36 CD-24 13837 B, NS, NS, NS ABCD1 (Icy) (2g) (16170LS) Niobium, no other jump mat Sunflower Shaped Crater with very Misty basin
    @ -10/20
    13 nd Lagoon Sector Uj-Q B5-1 nd 5A (nd) (nd) (nd) Yttrium, Niobium, Vanadium
    14 nd Lagoon Sector TE-Q B5-5 nd 1 (HMC) (nd) (10LS) Yttrium, Niobium, Cadmium
    15 nd NGC 6530 CDZ 114 B 1A (Rocky) (0.23g) (1605LS)
    2 (HMC) (1.3g) (1642LS)
    3E (Rocky) (0.26g) (2087LS)
    Vanadium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Niobium, Vanadium, Germanium, no VR boost
    Niobium, Vanadium, Arsenic, no VR boost

































































    03: OMEGA NEBULA
    (300LY radius from Omega Sector PD-S b4-0)

    1 14 LY from Omega Sector PD-S b4-0 Omega Sector KC-V c2-44 K, M A2 (HMC) (197LS) (0,38g)
    A6 (HMC) (350LS) (0,29g)
    B5 (Icy) (9427LS) (0,2g)
    Polonium, Germanium, Arsenic
    Cadmium, Niobium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Germanium, Arsenic
    2 21 LY from Omega Sector PD-S b4-0 Omega Sector KC-V c2-59 K, M A1 (HMC) (0.27g) (472ls)
    A2A (Rocky) (0.09g) (634ls)
    Polonium, Niobium, Cadmium, Germanium
    Yttrium, Arsenic, Vanadium
    3 87 LY from Omega Sector PD-S b4-0 2MASS J18202544-1636087 B, BH A3 (Metal Rich) (3.75g) (1898LS)
    A4A (Metal Rich) (0.25g) (2256LS)
    A4B (Metal Rich) (0.27g) (2256LS)
    Yttrium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium, Arsenic
    4 119 LY from Omega Sector PD-S b4-0 PW2010 83 B, NS, NS, B, NS CDE2 (HMC) (2.48g) (76100LS) Polonium, Cadmium, Germanium, Arsenic
    5 nd Omega Sector UJ-Q B5-4 nd A1 (HMC) (0.3g) (15LS) Cadmium, Arsenic, no VR boost


    04: EAGLE NEBULA
    (300LY from NGC 661 GMD 1073)

    1 1 LY from NGC 6611 GMD 1073 OJV2009 J181843.12-134811.02 F, M A1 (HMC) (1.19g) (58LS)
    A2 (HMC) (2.22g) (83LS)
    Yttrium, Niobium
    Cadmium, Niobium, Arsenic, No VR boost
    2 4 LY from NGC 6611 GMD 1073 Eagle Sector EL-Y D203 F, nd, F 2A (HMC) (1.3g) (74ls)
    6C (Rocky) (0.12g) (1724LS)
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium, Germanium
    Cadmium, Vanadium, Germanium, no VR boost
    3 5 LY from NGC 6611 GMD 1073 OJV2009 J181846.13-134814.06 F, K A3 (HMC) (0.53g) (91LS) Niobium, Cadmium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    4 5 LY from NGC 6611 GMD 1073 OJV2009 J181838.19-134751.65 F 1A (Rocky) (0.06g) (1593LS)
    1B (Rocky) (0.06g) (1582LS)
    Yttruim, Cadmium, Vanadium, Arsenic
    Niobium, Vanadium, Germanium, no VR boost
    5 9 LY from NGC 6611 GMD 1073 OJV2009 J181841.70-134741.35 F 2 (HMC) (81LS) (1,84g)
    4B (Rocky) (1090LS) (0,12g)
    6B (Rocky) (1967LS) (0,07g)
    8B (Rocky) (3333LS) (0,08g)
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Niobium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Germanium, Vanadium
    Polonium, Germanium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium
    6 12 LY from NGC 6611 GMD 1073 Eagle Sector FB-X C1-40 K, M A4A (Rocky Icy) (0.15g) (933LS) Yttrium, Niobium, Vanadium
    7 13 LY from NGC 6611 GMD 1073 Eagle Sector IR-W d1-105 K, nd A3A (Rocky) (0.07g) (nd) Polonium, Cadmium, Niobium, Vanadium
    8 25 LY from NGC 6611 GMD 1073 Eagle Sector TJ-Q b5-8 M 2A (Icy) (0.17g) (558LS) Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    9 26 LY from NGC 6111 GMD 1073 Eagle Sector JH-V c2-4 K, M A2 (HMC) (0.29g) (23LS)
    A7C (Rocky) (0.06g) (614LS)
    A7E (Rocky) (0.07g) (612LS)
    A7G (Rocky) (0.04g) (619LS)
    A8C (Rocky) (0.18g) (918LS)
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Arsenic
    Polonium, Niobium
    Yttrium, Niobium, Vanadium
    Polonium, Niobium
    Yttrium, Germanium
    Many interesting planets and surface features
    Moon A9A with deep canyons and red metallic colour

    10 26 LY from NGC 6111 GMD 1073 Eagle Sector JH-V c2-0 K 1 (HMC) (27LS) (0,13g)
    2 (HMC) (46LS) (0,12g)
    6A (Rocky) (482LS) (0,05g)
    8A (Rocky) (1482LS) (0,16g)
    9B (Rocky) (1910LS) (0,2g)
    11BA (Icy) (2821LS) (0,05g)
    Yttrium, Germanium
    Niobium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Niobium, Germanium
    Yttrium, Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Germanium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Arsenic
    11 nd Eagle Sector EQ-Y c35 K 1A (Rocky) (0.11g) (328LS) Cadmium, Vanadium, Germanium, no VR boost
    12 nd Eagle Sector JH-V C2-39 F A2 (HMC) (0.55g) (15LS)
    A3 (HMC) (0.73g) (27LS)
    Polonium, Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium
    Polonium, Vanadium





    05: NGC 6357
    (300LY radius from CL PISMIS 2)

    1 15 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 Sector TJ-Q B5-10 M, nd A1 (HMC) (0.08g) (11LS)
    A2 (HMC) (0.07g) (15LS)
    A5 (HMC) (0.08g) (30LS)
    A7 (HMC) (0.15g) (54LS)
    Cadmium, Germanium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Polonium, Cadmium, Arsenic, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Niobium, Germanium
    2 15 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 Sector QY-R b4-12 M 1A (Rocky Icy) (0.31g) (1531LS) Polonium, Vanadium
    3 15 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 Sector RY-R b4-6 M, nd A1 (HMC) (0.13g) (25LS) Niobium, Germanium, no VR boost
    4 21 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 Sector GW-W c1-8 K, M A1 (HMC) (69LS) (0.44g)
    A2 (HMC) (96LS) (0.51g)
    A3 (HMC) (96LS) (0.50g)
    A4A (Rocky) (117LS) (0.24g)
    A5A (Rocky) (168LS) (0.2g)
    B2A (Rocky) (3444LS) (0.19g)
    Niobium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Cadmium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Cadmium, Niobium, no VR boost
    Polonium, Niobium, Vanadium
    Niobium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    5 32 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 Sector IH-V c2-35 K, M, M A1 (Metak Rich) (0.21g) (22LS)
    ABC1A (Rocky) (0.17g) (1668LS)
    ABC2A (Rocky) (0.12g) (2306LS)
    ABC3B (Icy) (0.08g) (3045LS)
    Yttrium, Vanadium
    Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium, no VR boost
    Cadmium, Niobium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium, no VR boost
    6 33 LY from CL PISMIS 2 CL PISMIS 19 B, T, BH A1 (Metal Rich) (825LS) (1.14g)
    A2A (Metal Rich) (2370LS) (0.08g)
    A3B (Rocky) (2890LS) (0.16g)
    A4D (Rocky) (3477LS) (0.18g)
    A5A (Rocky) (4291LS) (0.08g)
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Germanium
    Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium, no VR boost
    Cadmium, Niobium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Niobium, Cadmium, Germanium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Niobium, Arsenic
    Moon A5B has a Serpent Shaped Mountain Chain
    @ -50/70
    7 35 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 Sector CQ-Y D86 F, F A2 (HMC) (0.79g) (150LS)
    B3 (Rocky) (0.12g) (23309LS)
    Niobium, Germanium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium, Germanium
    8 38 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 Sector HH-V C2-46 G 3 (HMC) (1.34g) (600LS) Really strange and huge semicircular cliff​@ about -20/8
    9 46 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 SECTOR DB-X C1-41 G 1 (HMC) (1.5g) (29LS)
    2 (nd) (1.13g) (nd)
    3 (HMC) (2.23g) (87LS)
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Niobium, Vanadium
    Cadmium, Germanium, no VR boost
    Polonium, Niobium
    10 57 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 Sector DL-Y e23 B 1 (Metal Rich) (341LS) (1,26G)
    3A (Rocky) (1092LS) (0,44G)
    5 (HMC) (1497LS) (0,84G)
    6 (HMC) (1500LS) (0,96G)
    Cadmium, Germanium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Polonium, Arsenic
    Polonium, Vanadium
    11 62 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 SECTOR HH-V C2-32 K 2B (Icy) (0.03g) (2031LS)
    2C (Icy) (0.03g) (2026LS)
    Polonium, Cadmium, Vanadium, Arsenic
    Polonium, Cadmium
    12 92 LY from CL PISMIS 2 NGC 6357 SECTOR DL-Y D223 F, M A1 (HMC) (830LS) (0.17G)
    A4 (HMC) (1993LS) (0.18G)
    B5 (Rocky Icy) (50083LS) (0.09G)
    B7 (Icy) (50931LS) (0.08G)
    Yttrium, Niobium, Vanadium
    Cadmium, Niobium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium
    Niobium, Cadmium, Vanadium, Germanium, no VR boost
    13 543 LY from CL PISMIS 2 Prieluia UC-Q b33-13 TT 2 (Icy) (0.73g) (266LS) Polonium, Niobium, Cadmium, Germanium

    6: HOLLOW VEIL
    (300LY radius from BLAA HYPAI UC-G C12-6)
    0 0 LY from Blaa Hypai UC-G c12-6 Blaa Hypai UC-G c12-6 K 1A (nd) (nd) (nd)
    2A (Icy) (0.07g) (1744LS)
    Yttrium, Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium
    Polonium, Cadmium, Germanium, Vanadium
    Basecamp 06 Zheng He Plateau planet 2A
    1 25 LY from Blaa Hypai UC-G c12-6 Blaa Hypai RQ-K B25-0 M, L A1 (HMC) (0.82g) (17Ls)
    B1 (HMC) (0.25g) (531Ls)
    B2 (HMC) (0.23g) (541Ls)
    Niobium, no VR boost
    Cadmium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium
    2 73 LY from Blaa Hypai UC-G c12-6 Blaa Hypai KT-Q d5-14 A 1 (HMC) (0.28g) (357 Ls)
    2 (HMC) (0.26g) (587 Ls)
    3 (HMC) (0.27g) (862 Ls)
    6 (HMC) (0.25g) (2017LS)
    Polonium, Niobium, Germanium
    Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium no VR boost
    Yttrium, Niobium
    Yttrium, Niobium, Germanium
    3 157 LY from Blaa Hypai UC-G c12-6 Blae Hypue VN-S d4-21 A, M A2 (HMC) (245LS) (1,72G)
    A2A (Rocky) (245LS) (0,05G)
    A4A (Rocky) (804LS) (0,06G)
    A4E (Rocky) (811LS) (0,09G)
    A4G (Rocky) (796LS) (0,07G)
    A5B (Rocky) (1379LS) (0,08G)
    A7A (Rocky) (1911LS) (0,08G)
    A8D (Rocky) (2559LS) (0.18G)
    A10B (Rocky) (4616LS) (0.07G)
    B4C (Rocky) (188106LS) (0.07G)
    B5A (Rocky) (187365LS) (0.09G)
    B6D (Icy) (186966LS) (0,05G)
    B6E (Icy) (186969LS) (0,05G)
    B7D (Rocky-Icy) (189046LS) (0,12G)
    B7F (Rocky-Icy) (189053LS) (0,13G)
    B8D (Icy) (187659LS) (0,16G)
    B8G (Icy) (187652LS) (0,13G)
    B9D (Icy) (189278LS) (0,09G)
    Polonium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Germanium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Germanium
    Niobium, Germanium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Germanium, Vanadium
    Niobium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Polonium, Cadmium, Germanium
    Yttrium, Germanium
    Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium, Arsenic, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Niobium
    Yttrium, Germanium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Germanium
    Yttrium, Niobium, Arsenic
    Polonium, Cadmium, Niobium, Germanium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Germanium
    Yttrium, Arsenic
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Polonium, Cadmium
    68 Landfall Planets
    Planet A10F has an Incredible Huge Crater
    @ -69.4/-8.2



    07: GREAE PHIO STELLAR FORGE (300LY radius from GREAE PHIO LS-L C23-221)
    0 0LY from Greae Phio LS-L C23-221 Greae Phio LS-L C23-221 nd 1B (Icy) (938ls) (0.08g)
    4A (Icy) (1749ls) (0.05g)
    Polonium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Polonium, Cadmium, Germanium
    1B Basecamp 07 De Gama Trench
    1 5LY from Greae Phio LS-L C23-221 Graea Phio OJ-Q E5-38 B, F, G, T A1A (HMC) (0.31g) (389Ls)
    B1 (HMC) (0.66g) (3411Ls)
    B2 (HMC) (0.48g) (3496Ls)
    B3 (HMC) (0.70g) (3496 Ls)
    Yttrium
    Polonium, Cadmium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Niobium, Arsenic
    Polonium, Niobium, Geranium, Vanadium
    2 14LY from Greae Phio LS-L C23-221 Greae Phio OJ-Q e5-416 B 2 (HMC) (1.39g) (623LS)
    3A (Rocky) (0.05g) (737LS)
    7A (Rocky) (0.14g) (1963LS)
    7C (Rocky) (0.17g) (1963LS)
    7D (Rocky) (0.12g) (1861LS)
    Polonium, cadmium, Vanadium
    Niobium, Cadmium, Germanium, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Vanadium, Germanium
    Niobium, Vanadium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Yttrium, Cadmium
    3 32LY from Greae Phio LS-L C23-221 Grea Phio KS-L C23-738 K 1E (Rocky) (962LS) (0.05g)
    2A (Rocky) (1420LS) (0.14g)
    4G (Icy) (2461LS) (0.17)
    Vanadium, Niobium, no VR boost
    Vanadium, Gemanium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Germanium, Polonium
    4 50LY from Greae Phio LS-L C23-221 Greae Phio QE-Q E5-3010 A Ae/Be 1 (Icy) (1.31g) (195LS) Yttrium, Niobium, Vanadium, Arsenic
    5 55LY from Greae Phio LS-L C23-221 Greae Phio FO-G d11-2992 A 2 (HMC) (2.55g) (202LS)
    5A (HMC) (2.09g) (285LS)
    5B (HMC) (1.48g) (343LS)
    5C (Rocky) (0.1g) (1345LS)
    Polonium
    Yttrium, Cadmium
    Yttrium, Cadmium, Arsenic
    Niobium, Vanadium, Germanium, no VR boost
    08: NEW BOTANY BAY (300LY radius from SPEAMOEA WU-E D12-543)
    1 21LY from SPEAMOEA WU-E D12-543 Speamoea SO-G D11-409 nd, K, M B1 (Metal Rich) (0.66g) (43270LS)
    B5 (HMC) (0.53g) (nd)
    B6 (HMC) (0.47g) (nd)
    C2 (HMC) (0.33g) (nd)
    C4 (HMC) (0.44g) (nd)
    Yttrium, Niobium, Vanadium
    Yttrium, Niobium
    Niobium, Germanium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Niobium, Cadmium, Germanium, Arsenic, no VR boost
    Polonium, Niobium, Germanium
    2 38LY from SPEAMOEA WU-E D12-543 Speamoea LO-L C23-22 G 8B (Icy) (0.07g) (2618LS) Polonium, Niobium, Germanium, Arsenic

    09: THE ATAHIP WISTERIA NEBULA (300LY radius from ATHAIP CR-C B55-4)
    1 4LY from ATHAIP CR-C B55-4 ATHAIP FX-B D13-1963 F 2 (HMC) (1.26g) (72LS) Yttrium, Niobium
    2 12LY from ATHAIP CR-C B55-4 ATHAIP JD-A D14-1178 nd, nd A1 (HMC) (29ls) (0.83G)
    A3 (HMC) (48LS) (0.64G)
    A4 (HMC) (89LS) (0.82G)
    A5 (HMC) (118ls) (0.83G)
    AB2F (Rocky) (2919LS) (0.20G)
    Niobium, Arsenic, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Polonium, Germanium
    Yttrium, Niobium, Germanium
    Niobium, Arsenic, Vanadium, no VR boost
    Cadmium, Germanium, no VR boost
    Planet A3 - iDragox Legacy
    On this planet an accident happened
    to a famous Rock Rat
    wp13 - post 433, 442, 459

  2. #2
    Nothing to see here!

  3. #3
    Katejina that's ABSOLUTLY AMAZING. But I humbly suggest you to re-read the OP. You are the one to create threads for these things, this is a cold service data dump!
    I'm sorry if I feel rude, I'm looking forward to see your fantastic [Distant World] - Screenie & artistry & scientific data thread!

  4. #4
    Originally Posted by CMDR AKIRA MASAKARI View Post (Source)
    Katejina that's ABSOLUTLY AMAZING. But I humbly suggest you to re-read the OP. You are the one to create threads for these things, this is a cold service data dump!
    I'm sorry if I feel rude, I'm looking forward to see your fantastic [Distant World] - Screenie & artistry & scientific data thread!
    I was hoping it'd still qualify for number 3 despite the distance. But I'll remove it. No harm done.

  5. #5
    That is the thing we are looking for here too, it was really amazing.
    Problem is too far from poi.
    But when you'll find something, i give you permission to edit your post so you'll be number one

    Becouse your contribution will surely be unvaluable and i really didn't want to be rude!

  6. #6
    Ok, I'll try first entry:

    119,9LY from Pallaeni - Shinrarta Dezhra (permit required) - K, M - A1 (HMC) (1g) (40LS) - Polonium, Niobium, Arsenic, Germanic.

  7. #7
    +1

    I'll head out to Pallaeni and see if any systems in that area have some FSD Boost materials. If anyone in the Kamzel group is online tonight (19:00 gametime) and wants to meet at Pallaeni to wing up, we could give this a test run in conjunction with Trello and get some data for the thread.

  8. #8

  9. #9
    Originally Posted by Erimus View Post (Source)
    +1

    I'll head out to Pallaeni and see if any systems in that area have some FSD Boot materials. If anyone in the Kamzel group is online tonight (19:00 gametime) and wants to meet at Pallaeni to wing up, we could give this a test run in conjunction with Trello and get some data for the thread.
    I'll add a WP 00 board.

  10. #10
    19.00gametime pallaeni will be there.

  11. #11
    Originally Posted by CMDR AKIRA MASAKARI View Post (Source)
    Ok, I'll try first entry:

    119,9LY from Pallaeni - Shinrarta Dezhra (permit required) - K, M - A1 (HMC) (1g) (40LS) - Polonium, Niobium, Arsenic, Germanic.
    It is Germanium. Germanic is Fritz with the hiccups, or a Rangers supporter running round like a headless chicken.

  12. #12
    Originally Posted by Erimus View Post (Source)
    +1

    I'll head out to Pallaeni and see if any systems in that area have some FSD Boost materials. If anyone in the Kamzel group is online tonight (19:00 gametime) and wants to meet at Pallaeni to wing up, we could give this a test run in conjunction with Trello and get some data for the thread.
    Just got here, willing to Wing up (but go easy; I've never done this before!). Don't have Teamspeak etc set up yet though.
    - CMDR Myshka (DW#254)

    EDIT: Well, couldn't find anybody. But adding my list of discoveries below:

    Entry Distance from Pallaeni (LY) System Stars Planet (Type) (Gravity) (Distance) FSD Materials Other Materials
    35.89 COL 285 Sector YP-O D6-78 G A 3 (Icy) (0.08g) (1243.41LS) Cadmium, Niobium VR: Ruthenium

  13. #13
    Let's try with another one:

    265.79LY from Pallaeni - HR 6421 - A - 2 (Metal Rich) (1.43g) (83.56LS) - Mountain 6Km tall at coord 38.6 - 134.8
    Video



    Image




    And adding your micha, thank you!!!

  14. #14
    Added base camp 0 video by Erimus.
    Planet is Pallaeni A2, dumping partial info now.

  15. #15
    Dumped a new planet. From now on I won't post AND add but go directly, you had my examples on how it should be done.
    I'm sorry to be strict, but PROBABLY this thread could be swarmed with entries when expedition start, and if it turns out so I'll want entries clean and in format or that might become a quite time consuming task.

    I'm added a new impostant noet that all subcribers, or better prospectors in general should be aware, and specified in the thread the colouring.

    *********************************************************************************************************************************************************
    IMPORTANT NOTE:
    EACH PLANET CONTAINS ONLY ONE TYPE OF RARE RESOURCES. If in any planet you find a rare material that IS NOT YTTRIUM OR POLONIUM please write NO PREMIUM BOOST PLANET.
    On the other side, if you find a planet that qualifies and does contains Yttrium or Polonium, please run here and submit, even if you have partial info.

    *******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
    As a final word, I'm aware that right now the OP is a mess, with orders scattered here and there. Keeping it mostly easy to load from any device, I will organize it somehow better in die time.

    And as a final final note, I have yet to find Yttrium or Polonium myself, but the info here is stolen from other threads, and the system have been prospected and i acn confirm every other material. Unfortunately no luck yet.

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