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[O - G05] Black Granite Rock Surveying

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Mission 3

The Black Granite Find

Location: Jen's Star

Tags. Civil, Surveying

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It has been 3 weeks that I've been on Jen's Star. My recent discovery is a Black Granite rock bed down around the mountain base. This is a great find of Black Granite according to the Rock Scanner which is showing rich levels of Cobalt and Silver. Radioactivity is normal. Now according to the geology field guide Black Granite is typically found around once Volcanic active regions but luckily this area hasn't seen a volcanic activity for over thousands years according to interpretations from Satellite Scans. No wonder this planet has alien activity on it. The Black Granite here is ripe for the gathering.

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Nice rockwork! I totally get the feeling of the lone surveyor analyzing geological formations from this build.

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Sweet find, cobalt can be turned into energy (nuclear.)...might have to send out for some for my engineering bay. Nice build.

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Nice rockwork! I totally get the feeling of the lone surveyor analyzing geological formations from this build.

Thanks Pombe! :classic:

I like the surveying device, and good job on the rocks :classic:

Thanks! :classic: At first I built the surveying device to be a LASER drill. So I'm thinking that It could double as both a surveying device and LASER drill.

Sweet find, cobalt can be turned into energy (nuclear.)...might have to send out for some for my engineering bay. Nice build.

Thanks! :classic: I got orders to complete on this planet. Looks like there a possibility of this Black Granite is headed towards your Lab.

Nice rockwork! :thumbup:

Thanks! :classic: The rockwork was like one of those picture that you turn around and then everything makes sense. At first I was building it to be a cliff side but then I laid the cliff on its side and then I said, "That will do" and after that It became the subject for my rocky ground landscape.

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