Nyeajaae DA-Z a27-2

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The Nyeajaae DA-Z a27-2 system is located in the Inner Orion Spur region, 7,648.03 LYs from Sol.
It is the 33rd survey candidate system in the original Canonn Challenge route, and was visited on day 36 of the Chronicles Expedition.
Expedition objective: scan and catalogue Viride Sinuous Tubers.

WARNING: The following expedition journal entry may contain spoilers about an experience in the galaxy of Elite.
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Expedition Journal

Viride Sinuous Tubers Composition Scan
Viride Sinuous Tubers Composition Scan
Viride Sinuous Tubers
 

Blatteum Sinuous Tubers on B 1 Planet
Blatteum Sinuous Tubers on B 1 Planet
Blatteum Sinuous Tubers on B 1 Planet
Blatteum Sinuous Tubers on B 1 Planet
Lindigoticum Sinuous Tubers on B 1 Planet
Lindigoticum Sinuous Tubers on B 1 Planet
Sulphur Dioxide Fumarole on B 1 Planet
Sulphur Dioxide Fumarole on B 1 Planet
True Bearing on B 1 Planet
True Bearing on B 1 Planet
True Bearing on B 1 Planet
True Bearing on B 1 Planet
Blatteum Sinuous Tubers
Blatteum Sinuous Tubers
Lindigoticum Sinuous Tubers
Sulphur Dioxide Fumarole
True Bearing
True Bearing
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It has been over 12,000 Ly’s, or two days, since the expedition objectives have required a planetary landing, but I’m confident with the prior planetary landing being so recent that a refresher on the approach protocols is not required.

According to the Pilot’s Federation Codex, Sinuous Tubers are organic structures found on planetary surfaces and are distinguished by their tubular shape and vivid colouration.  They are considered a species of fungal life and have been found on the surfaces of airless planets and moons across the galaxy. They were originally nicknamed “Tube Worms” by early explorers due to their resemblance to tube worms found on Earth according to sources outside the Codex system. 

The system is bathed in the warm red light of a pair of Class L Brown Dwarves which colourises the expedition objective to the point where visual comparison of Tuber varieties from the SRV is ineffective.  It is only through the composition scanner that any differences can be determined.  The light spectrum of the secondary star does, however, accentuate the surface mineral content of the expedition target survey planet B1.

One of the most interesting aspects of the cataloging of Sinuous Tubers is that all varieties of Tubers are available at one location.  In itself this is not necessarily unusual as other geological and biological surface sites around the galaxy are known to consist of more than one variety of a given feature.  What is surprising, in this instance, is that a total of four varieties of Sinus Tuber can be found at the same site within a radius of less than 1km.

During the survey of the system these other features were observed

Blatteum Sinuous Tubers
Blatteum Sinuous Tubers
Lindigoticum Sinuous Tubers
Lindigoticum Sinuous Tubers
Violaceum Sinuous Tubers
Violaceum Sinuous Tubers
Sulphur Dioxide Fumarole
Sulphur Dioxide Fumarole
Blatteum Sinuous Tubers
Lindigoticum Sinuous Tubers
Violaceum Sinuous Tubers
Sulphur Dioxide Fumarole
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 Nyeajaae DA-Z a27-2 System Map
 Nyeajaae DA-Z a27-2 System Map
Region Map: Inner Orion Spur
Region Map: Inner Orion Spur
Codex Entry Viride Sinuous Tubers
Codex Entry Viride Sinuous Tubers
System Map
Region Map
Codex
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Note: The date and location of the codex entry shown above may differ from that listed as the expedition objective for this Canonn Challenge system.  The Codex records the first per region encounter for each organic structure a commander discovers.  Some encounters occurred prior to the creation of the Canonn Challenge event.

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Log Entry

It has been over 12,000 Ly’s, or two days, since the expedition objectives have required a planetary landing, but I’m confident with the prior planetary landing being so recent that a refresher on the approach protocols is not required.

According to the Pilot’s Federation Codex, Sinuous Tubers are organic structures found on planetary surfaces and are distinguished by their tubular shape and vivid colouration.  They are considered a species of fungal life and have been found on the surfaces of airless planets and moons across the galaxy. They were originally nicknamed “Tube Worms” by early explorers due to their resemblance to tube worms found on Earth according to sources outside the Codex system. 

The system is bathed in the warm red light of a pair of Class L Brown Dwarves which colourises the expedition objective to the point where visual comparison of Tuber varieties from the SRV is ineffective.  It is only through the composition scanner that any differences can be determined.  The light spectrum of the secondary star does, however, accentuate the surface mineral content of the expedition target survey planet B1.

One of the most interesting aspects of the cataloging of Sinuous Tubers is that all varieties of Tubers are available at one location.  In itself this is not necessarily unusual as other geological and biological surface sites around the galaxy are known to consist of more than one variety of a given feature.  What is surprising, in this instance, is that a total of four varieties of Sinus Tuber can be found at the same site within a radius of less than 1km.

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