OK, that was easy. They're added to the search now.
Is there a galaxy map overlay that also shows the current DSSA carrier locations? I've been using the heat map overlay but the multiple routes recorded on it make it cluttered.
For this particular trip, I've been incorporating DSSA carriers as my waypoints. I would eventually like to make an image of my trip locations. Unfortunately as I'm a console player, I can't record my route using the usual third-party tools.
I've also added a spreadsheet for suspicious (or clearly wrong) data. Right now I only have it checking for a few criteria, and may add more in the future. The idea here is to catch the kinds of things that are are almost certainly incorrect in the data, and could be corrected by subsequent scans. While we know that there are things that are wrong or missing for literally millions of systems out there (take for instance, the systems that have no coordinates recorded), I'm trying to restrict this spreadsheet to the problems that exist on a much smaller scale, and so they can be reasonably cleaned up by helpful explorers. I might add a beautified web page for this data at some point. (And if you can think of interesting cases to add to the criteria, let me know):
In case anyone's curious, the way that works is that certain combinations of body types and atmospheres are excluded. For example, argon atmospheres on HMCPs might be rare, but argon atmospheres on Icy worlds are quite common, so the latter are excluded. The exact criteria were:Added a file for Odyssey-predicted landables with less common atmospheres.
Currently just shy of 1.3 million rows, 122 MB zip-file: https://edastro.com/mapcharts/files/odyssey-landable-rare-candidates.zip