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22 Mar 3303
Galactic News: Weekly Health Report

This weekly report indicates some of the minor factions enduring significant health issues such as famine and outbreaks.
The following minor factions have reported famines:When a faction is affected by famine the standard of living in the system it controls temporarily decreases. Combat activity has no effect on influence while a famine is active. Completing food-trade missions can bring a famine to an end.

Outbreaks have been reported by the following minor factions:When a faction is affected by an outbreak the standard of living in the system it controls temporarily decreases. Combat activity has no effect on influence while an outbreak is active. Completing medicine-supply missions can bring an outbreak to an end.
NOTE: Data is correct at time of publishing.

21 Mar 3303
Galactic News: Starport Status Update

This report presents the latest data on starports experiencing technical issues as a result of Unknown-Artefact related interference.
The following starports are currently closed:

The following starports continue to experience technical issues:
NOTE: Data is correct at time of publishing.

21 Mar 3303
Galactic News: Weekly Security Report

In this weekly report the latest GalNet data is assembled to present ten minor factions experiencing civil unrest or lockdown in their systems.
The following minor factions are in lockdown:When a faction experiences a lockdown, the security rating of the system it controls temporarily increases and the system's wealth temporarily decreases. Bounty hunting activity can shorten the lockdown period.

These minor factions are experiencing civil unrest:Civil unrest is the result of illegal activity. When a faction is affected by civil unrest, the standard of living in the system it controls temporarily decreases, as does the system's wealth. Combat missions and activities can bring civil unrest to an end.
NOTE: Data is correct at time of publishing.

20 Mar 3303
Galactic News: Distress Call Received from Col 70 Sector

Recent reports indicate that a garbled distress call from somewhere in the Col 70 sector has been received. The news has been met with surprise from some quarters, given that permit restrictions have made the sector relatively inaccessible.

"We're not sure what to make of it," said Perry Hussein, a member of the Federal intelligence community, "but it was definitely a distress call and the ship that sent it appears to have been destroyed. The telemetry indicates it was an older vessel, perhaps Cobra class."

Community goals

Federal Combat Operation (Bounty Hunting)
16 Mar 3303

Andhrimi [Yurchikhin Station]
Deliver Bounty Vouchers to Yurchikhin Station
Colonia Migration Appeal, March 3303 (Rares, very long distance ...)
09 Mar 3303

Colonia [Jaques Station]
Deliver Galactic Travel Guides from Bluford Orbital in LHS 3447
Logbooks archive


Andrew Crisp
Entry 10 - Losses
21 Mar 3303
Mhera Bathana
21 Mar 3303
COMMUNIQUE, March 21, 3303
21 Mar 3303
The Expanse
Jermus Karlsen
20 Mar 3303
New Job: Prospector
20 Mar 3303
Lesson #5: Know Your History, Part I
Claire Bloodgood
20 Mar 3303
Stryker Aune
20 Mar 3303
Family Affiars
20 Mar 3303
The Novice Assassin: Part 6

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Hannes Alfvén

Related stations: Alfven Orbital (Keltim), Alfven Hub (Marrallang), Alfven Prospect (Dvorsi), Alfven Station (HIP 116939), Alfven Gateway (HIP 19327), Alfven Prospect (HIP 116045), Alfven Platform (LP 933-24), Alfven Terminal (Langu), Alfven Point (LTT 2337), Alfven Landing (Kamsety)

Hannes Olof Gösta Alfvén (Swedish: [alˈveːn]; 30 May 1908 – 2 April 1995) was a Swedish electrical engineer, plasma physicist and winner of the 1970 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on magnetohydrodynamics (MHD). He described the class of MHD waves now known as Alfvén waves. He was originally trained as an electrical power engineer and later moved to research and teaching in the fields of plasma physics and electrical engineering. Alfvén made many contributions to plasma physics, including theories describing the behavior of aurorae, the Van Allen radiation belts, the effect of magnetic storms on the Earth's magnetic field, the terrestrial magnetosphere, and the dynamics of plasmas in the Milky Way galaxy.

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