As of one hour ago I have successfully docked at Explorer's Anchorage. It took me awhile, but I finally managed to sell almost a dozen pages worth of data to Universal Cartographics. Total profit was 617,034,811 credits. I plan to rest here before heading out to see the supermassive black hole either much later tonight, or tomorrow.
I don't have the final numbers just yet, but I estimate that I found a few dozen water worlds, a couple dozen Earth-like worlds, maybe a dozen or so neutron stars, and several dozen terraformable planets. I was planning on using EDSM to help compile exact numbers, but I have found out the site had undergone an update while I was out, and that was why I had so many issues with it either not tracking my progress correctly or at all. I did manage to stumble across a black hole using the method of travel I described in previous logs. Alas it had already been discovered.
Voyager has served me well this journey. Amazingly I had zero incidents this entire trip. The worst thing that happened to me is that I accidently deployed a repair limpet when I meant to use my composition scanner. I had forgotten I switched its trigger when I installed the repair limpet controller. She is in need of a new paint job though.
As I've said before in the other logs, once I'm done with Sag A I'll be heading to Colonia. Once there I may run a few cargo missions, just to take a mini-break from all the travel I have done in the past few weeks. I'm not really sure if I will though at this point right now. After being in the black for so long I do need to touch base with the other members of my squadron and see how we're doing back home.