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activity help: Space Dust Analyzation


Space dust is an important key into what happened in certain events. It can give us all kinds of data, from what happened to who was involved, or even when it happened. The dust itself varies in size, but the storms are usually only a few centimeters across.

The idea of researching these dust storms was the idea of Galenka Raetsa11191 and was backed up by Davira Black Designation. Together they invented a scanner that could pinpoint specific locations of the dust storms. With the help of Sir Raela Moekura, they were able to invent a laser that shot into the very heart of the storm, analysing its contents. It took them quite a while to perfect this, and there were many failed attempts, including the laser hitting a fellowed allied ship and returning that the dust cloud had come from a Vacus war cruiser. It was only recently that the laser reached the Rank of perfection it is today, and even now we are not quite sure that it is right.

You will need:

1. A shuttle or a ship with a space dust module installed.
2. An analyzing container.

What to do:

1. Find a dust cloud in a sector.
Dust clouds are usually found between 0 0 0 and 200 200 200. If there are none in your current sector, use the plan command to move to a different one.
2. Analyze it.
3. Collect the printed papers into your container and take them for research.

List of Commands:

dust: when in the ship, this scans for nearby dust clouds. The normal scanners can not be used as dust clouds are so small.
analyze/analyse: when at the coordinates of the dust cloud, this will begin the analyzation of the cloud.
research: when in a research center, this will research your containers.


Rank: 40
Skills: none
Race advantages: none
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