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Overview[]

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NaviComp display shows WAYPOINTS for STA and MSS (bright green for being close), and LUN, PUR, and ADS (dark green for being further away).

A waypoint is an on-screen indicator (shown as a colored circle with an attached directional arrow), showing the direction and distance to a point in space. They can be edited by the player using NaviComp system.

Space stations will have on-screen waypoints only if they have been manually added to the NaviComp.

Below is a list of pre-programmed waypoints (representing celestial bodies and space stations) with their three letter designation and coordinates.

  • SOL: 0, 0
  • HOM: -138, -1800
  • LUN: -290, -2300
  • GRN: 150, -2900
  • RED: -500, -3280
  • YEL: 100, -3950
  • ENC: 700, -4700
  • PUR: -400, -890
  • BLU: -800, -100
  • GOL: -1200, 800
  • STA: -380, -1850
  • MSS: 250, -2000
  • ADS: 601, -1477
  • KAT: 921, -703
  • EMA: 1858, -566
  • JOR: 2071, 126
  • Space Shuttle: 635, 1915 (During Mission 30, the Shuttle does not have a waypoint. These are the last reported coordinates of the Shuttle, since it is adrift with no power and no fuel.)

Waypoints change color based on distance. They first become visible within 1000 units, and are shown in transparent green. At 500 units, the waypoint will become opaque green. At 200 units, a ping sound is heard and the waypoint changes to opaque orange. Finally, at 100 units, a second ping is heard and the waypoint becomes opaque red.

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