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👨‍🚀 Commander Exorcist [XB1/SPVFA] 24m
Road Trip Day #17: We're exploring a ringed landable world just 150 ls from its host A-class white star. There are geysers down there...somewhere. :) o7
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Brett Cumpton Oct 16
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Brett Cumpton Oct 16
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Brett Cumpton Oct 15
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Brett Cumpton Oct 16
100ly out of the Eagle Nebula. I can see how the Eagle got it's name.
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👨‍🚀 Commander Exorcist [XB1/SPVFA] Oct 21
Let us gather around the campfire! :)
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👨‍🚀 Commander Exorcist [XB1/SPVFA] Oct 22
Road Trip Day #16: We have such wonderful sights to show you... :)
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CMDR Mattia Casa Oct 18
Here we are at the "Black in Green" Tranquillity's Stop, just in time for tea. The luxury resorts is close to the black hole's event horizon in a blue green nebula. The panorama from the presidential suites will leave you breathless!
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CMDR Mattia Casa Oct 14
After having spent way too much time on a small space pebble, I close in on Cloverfield Planetary Nebula and its black hole heart. Dryau Awesomes are next!
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👨‍🚀 Commander Exorcist [XB1/SPVFA] Oct 19
Road Trip Day #13: The Opera Ghost continues its journey to the outer rim with a quick stop on this stunning ringed world covered in volcanic fields.
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CMDR Gandleforth 7h
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CMDR Mattia Casa Oct 18
Completed the tour of the Shrogaei Nebula Cluster, so that you don't have to. These nebulas are peculiarly close to each other, but they're also sadly devoid of any point of interest. There's shallow beauty in space too!
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CMDR Mattia Casa Oct 15
On my way to the The Dryau Awesomes, I discovered a beautiful WW with massive planetary rings and in the same system several biological spots. I set down my ASP and relax to the rhythmic breath and pulsating lights of the anemones.
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CMDR Mattia Casa Oct 15
Finally reached the Dryau Awesomes, a fascinating system that's a must see for every explorer. Read more about it here: From this vantage point it also begins the final leg to Sag A!
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CMDR Mattia Casa Oct 14
Supplemental: I land on a metal-rich body to inspect some unusually large silicate vapour fumaroles. The land trembles below my SRV.
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Brett Cumpton Oct 16
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Lilliana Mikalicheck Oct 21
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