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Freelance Report: Explorers Contribute to Mapping Project

For several weeks, explorers have been gathering at the Institute of Galactic Exploration and Research at Kippax Ring in the HIP 72043 system. The system has become a hub for explorers contributing to the Sagittarius-Carina Mission, a project to chart the Sagittarius-Carina Arm from its root at the galactic core to its tip at the galactic rim.

Organised by the First Great Expedition, the mission is open to all pilots – the only requirement being that they own a ship and can dare to dream.

“We have a strong support network, an amazing list of places to visit, and vast regions of uncharted territory to explore. What we don’t have is a schedule. Anyone can jump in any time, at any stage of the journey,” said one member of the FGE.

Commander Corbin Moran

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