I'll try tomorrow, see if I can get it.
Enjoy!Couldn't catch it poking through the blue scan grid but it's clearly visible and bloody massive!
One SRV death following a 350m/s landing, two epic base jumps all the way to the bottom and I also decided to climb the thing (which took around 45 minutes).
laterin about half an hour - I've done something a bit special!
I hope I'm on the right side of the bubble then. I should stop core mining, now that I can afford a shiny nice Krait explorer ship (hope my trusty T-7 doesn't mind too much) and head out there *immediately*!It's about 1,500 ly from the edge of the bubble.
I finally managed to catch a video of it happening. It happened when I re-entered the system after a few days. You can see it sticking out above the grid in the top left of the planet and then the grid expands rather quickly.Can you upload a screenshot of that?
What is the proper way to measure this? Any pointers to some guide/help on that topic? 15km from dropping out of supercruise (75km) to fully descend to the top of the mountain seemed about right to me?Did a measurement of the height of Mount Wesley, as best as I can tell it's 30.6km high, +/- 200m. @_@