From Galnet:Well done for providing this! Excellent work. I only noticed one detail missing, the names of the ships that formed Salomé's escort to the Daibo system (which were destroyed) were significant. You may wish to add that.
[...]Wreckage found in Daibo has been positively identified as belonging to the Imperial Cutter 'Diadem' and the Imperial Clippers 'Cypripedium', 'Velum', 'Monile' and 'Vestimenta'.[...]
Thanks, hopefully I'm interpreting that correctly as we've managed to narrow down the search zone with the recent co-ordinates.You are getting close.
Those coordinates still around the 20 lat x 12 long area?Thanks, hopefully I'm interpreting that correctly as we've managed to narrow down the search zone with the recent co-ordinates.
So what you're looking for is a pair of sparkly see-through knickers?Diadem
a jewelled crown or headband worn as a symbol of sovereignty.
synonyms: crown, coronet, tiara, circlet, chaplet, headpiece, headband, fillet, wreath, garland;
the authority or dignity symbolized by a crown.
noun: the diadem
"he refused the diadem of all the Caesars"
Cypripedium is a genus of 58 species and nothospecies of hardy orchids; it is one of five genera that together compose the subfamily of lady's slipper orchids (Cypripedioideae). They are widespread across much of the Northern Hemisphere, including most of Europe (one species), Russia, China, Central Asia, Canada the United States, Mexico, and Central America. They are most commonly known as slipper orchids or lady's slipper orchids; other common names include moccasin flower, camel's foot, squirrel foot, steeple cap, Venus' shoes, and whippoorwill shoe. An abbreviation used in trade journals is "Cyp." The word "Cypripedium" is derived from the Late Latin: Cypris, from Ancient Greek: Κυπρις (Kypris), an early reference in Greek myth to Aphrodite, and Greek: pedilon, meaning "sandal".
a membrane or membranous structure, typically covering another structure or partly obscuring an opening, in particular:
the soft palate.
a membrane, typically bordering a cavity, especially in certain molluscs, medusae, and other invertebrates.
Italian from the Latin meaning:
Spanish for Clothing
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Thanks, hopefully I'm interpreting that correctly as we've managed to narrow down the search zone with the recent co-ordinates.