This study produces a photographic record of all Thargoid surface structures and an analysis of the structures above the surface. The analysis is used to form the basis of a new way of classifying the sites to facilitate further study of the surface sites.
We are proud to host CMDR Urania Minora’s study of the Spectral Class Distribution of Galactic Phenomena, which aims to bring an understanding of the relationship between the Harvard Stellar Classiﬁcation of a primary star, and what phenomena may be discovered in a system, as a help to guide exploration eﬀorts. The research paper examines the specifics for phenomena of specific interest to Canonn scientists establishing potential patterns and biases from a detailed analysis of available data from 3.28×10^7 known explored systems
Welcome to the 15th article of the Galactic Bugle. This week will be an update on the Eagle Eye satellites, some small notes I’ve noticed about the on the morale and state of the bubble, and a summary of this and last week’s events.
The Thargoid Data Gathering project has been a great success. We now have a wealth of data plotting the extent of Thargoid incursions.
However the nature of the Thargoid Threat has changed substantially since they have entered the bubble. Previously we would be able to tell from the threat levels what type of Thargoid vessels we would encounter but now it is not possible to distinguish a Medusa from a dozen scouts using automated equipment alone.
Given the changing nature of the threat, and the success of the previous program, Canonn R&D have upgraded the USS-Survey device to provide some additional features.
The amazing Canonn R&D team bring you another tool to assist while investigating the mysteries of the Thargoids. This time to help in visualising and checking off the various Thargoid Glyph combinations seen on Thargoid vessels, and originally on Barnacles.