COMMANDERS LOG


19 SEP 3303

posted Sep 17, 2017, 6:36 AM by Gavin Carden   [ updated Sep 17, 2017, 6:37 AM ]

19 SEP 3303 13:30

Today Eve and I are back out in the abyss! It feels great to stretch our legs again after a long few weeks of what I call actual work. We Are in Eves new ship the USS Echelon. She is getting quite used to it but is still waiting for her new Faulcon DeLacy Python to be completed. Progress is moving right along on it and the build should be complete by the end of this week. So today we will just keep exploring around the bubble, still looking for reported Thargoid activity. So far today  we have covered 21 system and nothing yet. 

13 SEP 3303

posted Sep 17, 2017, 6:30 AM by Gavin Carden   [ updated Sep 17, 2017, 6:31 AM ]

13 SEP 3303 22:00   

I was pulled back into the bubble today buy a Commander I know from other business ventures to help with a mining operation in an undisclosed system. I would say it was a success. Commander Eve joined me to assist. This may open up a whole new opportunity for us when we are not out in the vast darkness of deep space.

08 SEP 3303 01:00

posted Sep 7, 2017, 6:06 PM by Gavin Carden   [ updated Sep 7, 2017, 6:07 PM ]

08 SEP 3303 01:00

A rather un-eventful night with many scans in Col 285 Sector RR-M  yielding little in the way of useful information. this system has almost an eerie feeling to it. its too quiet. Unidentified signals will appear and then vanish just as fast. Its almost as if  someone is watching me as i explore this system. I'm sure it is nothing. I have camped out for the night in orbit around one of the moons near planet b7-1 5. I will just turn out the Nav lights and try to get some rest.

07 SEP 3303 0100

posted Sep 7, 2017, 4:58 AM by Gavin Carden   [ updated Sep 7, 2017, 4:59 AM ]

07 SEP 3303 02:47

I departed Walker ring around 01:00 and headed for the Arietis Sector. so far i have been able to scan 3 full systems and was able to find a nice terraformable water world. My suspicions are proving to be correct. There are quite a few destroyed ships in many of these un-inhabited systems. I have settled in for the rest of my day to work in the 4 Arietis System to do some further scanning. So far this looks to be a very promising place for the future. I have scanned a Terraformable Water World as well as 4 Terraformable High Metal Content Planets & 1 Terraformable Solid Rocky Body.  For the first day out on a long trip around the outer ring of the inhabited bubble, things are looking promising. I will be taking the SRV out to look around on 4 Arietis 2 for different samples of metals and make note of my findings. It would apear that there are high amounts of Iron, Nickle, Sulphur and Carbon.

06 SEP 3303 0733

posted Sep 6, 2017, 5:53 AM by Gavin Carden   [ updated Sep 6, 2017, 5:53 AM ]

06 SEP 3303 0733
I came across some interesting information this morning about some alien bases in and around the inhabited bubble. After exploring the Thargoid base last week and discovering what looked like mining activities being done by scavenger type bots, I have no choice but to go and look into this. I have the USS Wiggles retrofitted from a passenger transport to an exploration vessel.  The USS Boomer is in dock for repairs and I would like to bring something with a little more firepower than the USS Madison.... Just in case. We depart tonight. 

05 SEP 3303 22:01

posted Sep 6, 2017, 5:00 AM by Gavin Carden   [ updated Sep 6, 2017, 5:55 AM ]

05 SEP 3303 22:01

After a shot trip to imperial space i was able to secure an Imperial Navy Mission that allowed me tp purchase my next star ship. It will be a nice addition to the fleet and I expect that it will also be very enjoyable to pilot.  I have returned home for the evening and will be doing some work on getting the  new data base up and functional. I did come across a signal in the Gertrud system about 470Ls from walker ring. Upon investigating I found what appeared to be a Lakon Type 9 that had been attacked. what was strange is that it was still in tact and portions of the hull were still glowing from significant heat. 


04 SEP 3303 15:36

posted Sep 4, 2017, 8:43 AM by Gavin Carden   [ updated Sep 6, 2017, 5:54 AM ]

04 SEP 3303 15:36

It looks like the fleet data is being updated by about one star ship per day. some of the smaller ones will come in a little faster. We took the USS BOOMER out to the Deciat System today for some engineering work on the FSD, Thrusters, and the Sensor Arrays. Unfortunately, though it looked good on the blue print it did not preform as intended. We scraped the modifications on the Sensor Array & Thrusters and opted to replace the FSD. We will have to do some further research on the engineers that we use. We are now back home in Getrud and I will be taking a short jump to the LP 121-41 System to see how the new boom is going.

04 SEP 3303 05:15

posted Sep 3, 2017, 10:25 PM by Gavin Carden   [ updated Sep 3, 2017, 10:25 PM ]

04 SEP 3303 05:15

After assisting some new commanders this morning in and around the STYX system, I was able to put some effort into the new information database. I was able to set up communications as well as input some data about some helpful sites that i have found. Currently we are working on getting the data for the fleet uploaded but it is going slower than expected due to system resources being dedicated to provisioning out the remaining sectors of the database. I think tomorrow I will in crease the priority on fleet data.

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