vyew Feb 7, 2014 @ 5:24am
How do I find an star map?
I've seen the anomaly in the sky a couple times already, but without a frame of reference I can't locate it. How do I obtain a star map/observatory? Do I need to just keep jumping to random moons in the hope of finding one?
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sfiq12 Feb 7, 2014 @ 5:32am 
I'll be honest here, I've saw those clues too, but don't know how to put the pieces together as well, I'm just exploring at the moment
-||cherohala||- Feb 7, 2014 @ 5:59am 
I'm not sure if anyone has quite figured that out yet. I sure haven't either, I stayed back in Season 29 where I first started because I want so badly to get some clue as to how the star map/ observatories function in relation to finding the anomoly. I've found 4 observatories so far and 1 moon with a circle in the sky, and I still just can't seem to figure anything out. It's frustrating but in a good way lol
Galeforce99 Feb 7, 2014 @ 10:42am 
You have to land on a planet with a star map. I found one in season 33 and called it OBSER.

You can triangulate the location of the anomaly by looking at 2 named stars close to it in the sky. On you ship's starchart, place your perspective from the planet with the map looking towards the named stars you saw (it helps to visit them and close the light on the chart to see the triangular path between the three planets) and you can roughly determine the location from there.
vyew Feb 7, 2014 @ 10:43pm 
Thanks! I'll get to looking for OBSER then!
Airee Feb 12, 2014 @ 6:51am 
When i was playing past in season 10, I found 6 or 7 observatories, then I just printscreened images of the sky on them and modulate exact image on the ship. And I have found an exit
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