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I made it half way from the Monkey Head Nebula to the Rosette Nebula before I shut all non-essentials down for the night. It was peaceful out here, but only if you don’t count the creaking and cracking as my Anaconda lay battered and bruised, after the planetary crash landing.

The next day I awoke and plotted my course to the Rosette Nebula, a measly 1000 LY away across the galactic arm. Compared to the abyss I had previously encountered, this was an easy bit of travel.

Quite happy to have seen and cataloged yet another beautiful nebula. It won’t be long before I’m home, kicking back where I belong in either the Lave or LTT 4961 systems.

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