Interesting - there is indeed nothing shown there not even when showing the little orange arcs over other nearby stars.I'm trying to locate a star (OEPHAIF AA-A H23), but using the map it just takes me to an empty location with nothing to bookmark.Is this normal?
Yes,i think you must be right, although i thought the naming was to do with mass density or somesuch.I'll check out some other nebuli later.
My apologies.You are indeed correct.They are not observable from orbit when not in SC.Tyres, if you did map it, then are you by any chance in “normal space”, i.e not in Supercruise? I’m not sure the planetary POIs show up unless you are in Supercruise, much like the USS’s, Degraded Emissions, Distress Calls, and all the other stuff that isn’t nailed down.
Of course, it’s not beyond the realm of possibility that you might have uncovered a bug
Could be because you are on a collision course for the planet that Jameson is orbiting?This is one is making me frown slightly with "why?" stamped all over my boat race.
A warning sign is just that: a warning. This one popped up while I was scooping but the temperature levels seemed pretty OK to me - they never went higher than shown. Or was there some other reason you can see for my HUD getting a bit "achtung"?
I was wondering under what circumstances this appears as sometimes it seem unclear as to why it pops up.
Proximity warning, perhaps, or just heat from the star. You ARE scooping. That icon shows up whenever you're in "danger" of some kind -- overheating, proximity, etc. I haven't found it very useful.I was wondering under what circumstances this appears as sometimes it seem unclear as to why it pops up.
Ahhhh, maybe this is the real key? I too had been watching that warning icon recently. I saw it light up at a specific temperature (over 60%? - can't remember now) but it didn't go off again when the temperature dropped below that limit. I couldn't quite see at what temperature it did switch off again but maybe that 15 second logout thing is they key?It does mean that the 15 second log-off timer will be invoked, too.