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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Curiosity may kill the cat but there might be profit in it!

Between PI and a bit of faction raising with the Federation Navy (damn taxes) I haven't had a whole lot of time to just explore. This morning I had an hour so I took Space Ghost out to nose around. I found absolutely nothing in the home system of interest so I headed next door. It didn't take long before I found someone's exit.

So of course I had to see whose.

First things first, bookmark and date the return hole. I already learned my lesson on that one.

I immediately took a directional scan. The results prompted me to head toward "empty" space and engage my cloak. Space Ghost is no match for anything let alone a Drake.

FredSky is obviously not alone either. The probes aren't mine and I doubt anyone is idiot enough to fit a probe launcher on a Drake - well, never mind. People who live in W-space might. Who knows how W-space affects their thinking. Some say the Sansha are the most anti-social folks around. However, THEY don't live alone in systems whose connections to the outside world are constantly shifting around.

But I digress. The point of this was a bit of exploration fun. One of the fundamental truths of the multi-verse is that what you are looking for is always in the last place you look. Think about it. So it was with FredSky's home. Fortunately I started sun-ward and worked out so by the time I got to the tower I was approaching at an angle that missed all the pretty blue spheres.

And so it won't be said I'm inconsiderate of others, I won't say which moon the tower orbits. You're welcome FredSky.

Fly careful.

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