The Legacy of the Void
has returned to the PW2010 supercluster on the hunt for more biological signals. More specifically, pumpkin-like space anemones growing on the surface of planets that are otherwise devoid of life. We had been through here previously on a search for stellar phenomena, of which we found none in the systems we traveled through, but hopefully that luck changes as we travel to the eight systems listed for the botany circuit provided to pilots in the expedition fleet. At the very least, I'm hoping to find more high gravity planets to land my ship on just for the sheer thrill of it, like the last system we visited which held a 4G planet. It wasn't the one actually listed for that system, but the same anemones we would have found there, we found at that planet also, along with geographical signals which ended up just being more silicate vapor vents. The landing was... well, not smooth, but shields held and that's all that matters. We traveled to four systems in the supercluster gathering the data and snapping some photos before heading off for the last two systems on the circuit list, which are a little farther out from the Omega Nebula, but nothing we haven't covered in a day before.