Ok, very odd! Sounds like some sort of glitch in stellar forge.
Don't the Thargoid sites only show up on certain planets/moons though?With 3.3 you no longer need to worry as much about planet specifics. Just head to a system and look at everything with your scanner. If a planet has any sites it will tell you which kind. Thargoid surface sites and barnacles will show up as Thargoid. Other site types include Human, Other, Guardian, Biological and Geological. Note that anything in orbit of a planet like megaships and listening posts etc will show up as a site of a planet as well. That can be a bit confusing. Once you fire probes at a planet and get it mapped you will be given the locations to any surface structure. The Thargoid site will show up as the same structure scan entry as they did previously once visited.
That's not perfectly right. OUTOTZ ST-I D9-6 thargoid structure (TS230), the one that disappears, was at 372 Kelvin, so much higher compare to your range. FDev can do what they want, they don't care about physics or chemistry. So it would be better to look everywhere for thargoid stuff. Anyway, these criteria gave us the candidates you can find on the first page of this thread. But giving how fast the new scanner is, the list will soon disappear too.Don't the Thargoid sites only show up on certain planets/moons though?
Thanks, but LCU got that info from me, from the op .Using EDMC as my tool for looking for new Thargoid surface sites. According to the plugin for patrol, Ammonia worlds that have rocky/high metal content moons are likely to house one or so. Parameters are that the gravity is no higher than 0.42g and temp ranges from 78 to 246k. Hope this helps
Link for lcu so I can keep track of this list better?Re TS 230 (which is back btw), true it exceeds the temp range, but so far that is a one off, & appears to have been purposely placed their by Fdev for the gnosis. So until we find another one in the area we should pick the potential low hanging fruit in the Pleiades . Which, as you said won't take long with the new scanner . That said, I bet we haven't found all candidate systems in the Pleiades yet.
Using LCUs patrol tool I found a system a month ago which hand't been fully scanned & was missing the rocky bodies, turned out to be a good candidate system , that was one out of at least a few dozen that I checked though!
Thanks, but LCU got that info from me, from the op .
True, but if hunting for TSs specifically you're better off sticking to a limited list, like mine .
Good to know about the surface scanner results [up].
Scanned Mel 22 Sector HH-V d2-18 C6,5 & 4, no TS signals, only biological.
I encourage everyone to scan the listed systems in my op (except the ones listed under 'Moons/planets in Systems already searched with surface probes (3.3 onwards only)', & report back here [up]
Yeah, we did a special survey with PanPiper here one years ago. We had 3 guys on the D5 and D6 planets for TS hunting and another couple of scientists for barnacles. Several barnacles were discover this day but no TS for us. That's the confirmation. As far as I can say, no new TS in the merope bubble so far. They fixed the name of the TS POI as "thargoid" now. maybe a new list of 3.3 verified candidates should be done.Err, I've just found a motherlode of new Thargoid signals! And not on bodies we expected either! Heading to a body now....
Update, nm , found Thargoid barnacles at D1 &2 Pleiades Sector SE-P b6-0
Candidate bodies had nothing.