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Made it to the monkey head nebula, fist to discover many new star systems and stuff along the way, I don't know if I should turn back and hand in my discovery data or keep heading out further into the void, to the very edge? Piloting Asp Scout. Also found my first a neutron star.
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Made it to the monkey head nebula, fist to discover many new star systems and stuff along the way, I don't know if I should turn back and hand in my discovery data or keep heading out further into the void, to the very edge? Piloting Asp Scout. Also found my first a neutron star. View attachment 284552View attachment 284551
Depends on your jump range really, it obviously gets less dense as you traverse the edges of the disc. I'd say just keep going if you have an AFMU and possibly a repair limpet controller with you. Just go big and do Beagle Point right away. ;)
 
Depends on your jump range really, it obviously gets less dense as you traverse the edges of the disc. I'd say just keep going if you have an AFMU and possibly a repair limpet controller with you. Just go big and do Beagle Point right away. ;)
Yeah! I decide to continue the journey to the farthest edge, but I started noticing the distance between fuel stars getting greater the closer towards the outer edge I got, I had two close calls, one jump away from being stranded in the black and almost being unable to refuel via fuel scooping. So not wanting to take that risk of losing all my discovery data I reluctantly turned around and headed back to the bubble.
 
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Yeah! I decide to continue the journey to the farthest edge, but I started noticing the distance between fuel stars getting greater the closer towards the outer edge I got, I had two close calls, one jump away from being stranded in the black and almost being unable to refuel via fuel scooping. So not wanting to take that risk of losing all my discovery data I reluctantly turned around and headed back to the bubble.
Don't forget there's the Fuel Rats and the Hull Seals, on my last trip I was 40K LY out and down to 6% hull thanks to some FPS dips while trying to survey for biologicals. The nearest Hull Seals were 12K and 20K LY away respectively and they still came to save my sorry behind.
 
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Don't forget there's the Fuel Rats and the Hull Seals, on my last trip I was 40K LY out and down to 6% hull thanks to some FPS dips while trying to survey for biologicals. The nearest Hull Seals were 12K and 20K LY away respectively and they still came to save my sorry .
Yes! I know of the Fuel Rats and the Hull Seals what they do is RAD! though I personally like making my own way in the galaxy, if I run into trouble then try and workout a solution, come at the problem from a different angle, I like the feeling of satisfaction I get when I work something out on my own and find a new way of doing something, and is the reason why I love EDO the game allows one to play as they like and create a dynamic narrative all their own. (y)
 
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