The Feanor Feb 24 @ 5:16pm
Season 38 Anomoly Spotted
I recently spotted a star with a circle around it on a moon called PS3 at coordinates 480, 331, 166. It's actually hidden behind the mirror moon, and can be spotted if you move the moon or peek around it.

Here are some images: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=231930599
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=231930266
Last edited by The Feanor; Feb 24 @ 5:23pm
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Lagren Feb 25 @ 9:18pm 
I have found two star maps with the Anomaly circled on both. It is in the constellation Eden as viewed from Beacon, and in no constellation when viewed from Torch (And with few close constellations overall.)
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Mark Feb 26 @ 5:56am 
I tried lining up Eden and and Nyx on the starmap while I was outside Beacon, so that they matched up similar to the constellation here

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=232366019

but I didn't have much success. I'm currently hopping around planets near to PS3 to see if there are any others that you can see the anomaly from. Not sure if this is the best strategy or not though.
Mark Feb 26 @ 8:34am 
Well hopping around on planets near PS3 didn't prove that useful but I did find the anomoly eventually using the constellation shown in my previous post! I won't say the name of the planet (which was already named before I got to it) but the new button that's been added in v1.1 proved extremely useful for finding the anomoly.
ADen Feb 26 @ 10:10pm 
How do you triangulate the location of the anomaly with named stars in constellations if everything is in 3d space?
postscott Feb 27 @ 6:42pm 
i found a star with a circle on it, and named the planet Circa, i believe. No coordinates. Sorry!
thatpixguy Feb 28 @ 4:09pm 
Found the anomaly today too. My first one :) I used the observatory at (the imaginatively titled) "MAP". I wasn't able to make much use of the "new switch" though. I mostly used the travel lines that appear in the cockpit map when you shut off the back-light.

The new switch doesn't seem too useful since when the ship is oriented so that the cockpit map looks like the observatory map, the important stars are all hidden behind the screen.

Quinn Shaolin Mar 1 @ 8:22pm 
You guys really need to be giving the star coordinates with its name, otherwise, it's pretty much impossible to find.

As for the new switch in your spaceship, it removes all foreground stars, ie stars in front of your current location star in the spaceship navigation window.
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postscott Mar 1 @ 9:17pm 
As the others said, Beacon and Eden can help you locate the anamoly. Beacon's coordinates are 083220305 and Eden's are 298392524. Hope that helps! I'm still searching...

EDIT: just found it! thanks for the help, gang!
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thatpixguy Mar 2 @ 1:54pm 
Also, MAP is at 245830712. The 3 stars I used from that map are XEX73, YET41 (I just removed the slash when I renamed them, so they should be easy to find) and STARK, which is at 504400640.
thatpixguy Mar 2 @ 2:05pm 
Originally posted by Ganjamon:
As for the new switch in your spaceship, it removes all foreground stars, ie stars in front of your current location star in the spaceship navigation window.

Pretty sure this isn't the case. It seems to remove stars further than a certain distance. The distance isn't an exact sphere around your ship though because I've had the situation where a star was only on the starmap when it was in front of my ship, and it disappeared from the starmap when it was behind me.

EDIT: I should mention I'm playing on the OUYA in case the implementations are slightly different. If you want to test, the star I'm talking about is the anomaly, when viewed from MAP.
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Santa Ragione  [developer] Mar 2 @ 2:24pm 
Originally posted by thatpixguy:
EDIT: I should mention I'm playing on the OUYA in case the implementations are slightly different. If you want to test, the star I'm talking about is the anomaly, when viewed from MAP.

The way it works is the same in both versions! 100% same code, OUYA is only missing a few of the most hardcore effects.
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Prophet Solomon Mar 2 @ 3:21pm 
I too have spotted the season 38 anomoly, however in a different location. I spotted it on the star of Slate with coordinates 516, 533, 597(I'm guessing, still new to this game). It can be seen without moving any moons or finding any peices to the device(the thing you hold in your hand).
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thatpixguy Mar 2 @ 3:33pm 
Originally posted by Prophet_Soloman:
It can be seen without moving any moons or finding any peices to the device(the thing you hold in your hand).

Planets with an observatory (star map) will show the circled anomaly (without the rest of the star map) before you activate the observatory. Also, some planets without observatories still show the circled anomaly. Those planets normally have a small tower with two spheres spinning above it.
Last edited by thatpixguy; Mar 2 @ 3:34pm
Mastopeth222 Mar 4 @ 4:05am 
Today I found it and ended up being able to see it from a whole bunch of different planets in a semi concentrated area. No coordinates but they're all named "CANML" With a letter or number at the end of it. There's quite a few of them! I'm new to this and I don't think I can do much with this information but this could be helpful for people who actually know what they're doing.
Maluno Mar 4 @ 7:31pm 
How can I use the coordinates provided? Is there a way to enter them somewhere?
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