DATA BANK

[ DATA COLLECTION INSTRUCTIONS ]

SEND CO-ORDINATES FOR ANALYSIS

A. Hover as close as you can to the location.
B. Spool the quantum drive.
C. Point the ship at a QT marker
D. Record the name and the distance to the QT marker.
E. Repeat steps C & D to three (3) other QT markers.
F. Submit data to the relevant form below

The measurements cannot be taken from only OM-3, OM-4, OM-5, and OM-6.
If measuring distances to only OMs (no ground QT markers), measurements to all six (6) OMs are preferred,
but a minimum of three (3) OM measures are required. The three OMs needed are the ones on each OM axis
(either OM1 or OM2 and either OM3 or OM4, and either OM5 or OM6)

PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY MICROTECH LOCATION DATA
PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY HURSTON LOCATION DATA
PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY ABERDEEN LOCATION DATA
PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY ARIAL LOCATION DATA
PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY MAGDA LOCATION DATA
PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY ITA LOCATION DATA

ARCCORP

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PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY WALA LOCATION DATA
PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY LYRIA LOCATION DATA

CRUSADER

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PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY CELLIN LOCATION DATA
PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY DAYMAR LOCATION DATA
PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO INPUT ANY YELA LOCATION DATA
View Navigation Instructions:

1. QT to the first OM listed.

2. Point towards and fly towards the second OM listed until the distance reads the listed value.

3. Once you reach the distance to the second OM, Point towards OM1 or OM2 as listed.

4. Fly towards OM1 or OM2 until you reach the distance listed.

5. Once you reach the listed distance, point your ship towards the center of the planet Fly towards the surface until you reach the listed distance to the moon.

6. As you get close to the surface the point of interest should render in.  If you don't see what you're looking for, then use the OM distances to fine tune your position.

justMurphy
justMurphyDirector of Cartography
justMurphy is responsible for building the mapping & navigation engine we use to log and return to unmarked locations of use and intrigue.