Good times to remember. Sometimes, Michael Brookes showed up in the forums and gave us some crumbsRizal72
Red Wizard (crops up now and then, I think)
All good players and contributors during the "golden age" of xeno mysteries and the initial discoveries of Unknown Artefacts, and who stuck by me when I made claimed and subsequently showed the Unknown Artefact (now Thargoid Sensor) emitted a morse signal of the nearest celestial body, against the accepted theory run by the community that any morse heard was "just background from nearby stations"
Particular shoutouts to:
QorbeQ, who discovered that the length of time a UA was "Lit" for differed between different locations/systems. This was a crucial step in demonstrating the UA's emitted morse, as the timings were proportional to the number of symbols expected in a morse transmission for a given location. (e.g if a location which would be spelt with 10 morse symbols lit the UA 6 seconds, a location which would be spelt with 20 morse symbols lit it for 12 seconds).
Wishblend, who as the proud owner of a UA at the time, took recordings of various locations I requested in order to form a UA-morse "Alphabet". As a final proof, I was able to "synthesize" a UA message for an arbitrary body using the alphabet. Wishblend then recorded the UA at that location and verified the accuracy of the alphabet.
 Before it was changed to be a wireframe of the ship, in a morse coordinate encoding.
Michael Brookes is missing for sure, too