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More Spacecraft Out of Fuel in Orbit Alive for Ages
#1
These three spacecraft have been broadcasting for way too long. Must be a bug keeping them in orbit.

Code:
UH-02 CSS Prospector O-CT:
Mayday! We have a fuel emergency and our capacitor is empty!
We're adrift. We are orbiting Gamma Ceti Beta IIIb at
86.72°E 27.72°S in the Cetus Sector (164, 3, 1), Shores of
Hazeron.

Tau Ceti A-VI Z3:
Mayday! Our maneuver drive is out. We're going in hard! We
are orbiting Tau Ceti Alpha VI at 132.60°E 43.75°N in the
Cetus Sector (164, 3, 1), Shores of Hazeron.

Tau Ceti A-IVa:
Mayday! Our maneuver drive is out. We're going in hard! We
are orbiting Tau Ceti Alpha IVa at 120.22°E 4.44°N in the
Cetus Sector (164, 3, 1), Shores of Hazeron.

Might be related or similar to an older issue. See:
(03-20-2019, 07:25 PM)Haxus Wrote: Spacecraft SOS Spam
A spacecraft was crying out a fuel emergency for a really long time, like days or weeks. How could it stay alive that long?

Agent teleported to the ship. It then began falling from orbit because it had no fuel. It fell into a lava sea and was destroyed.

A bug prevented the ship in that situation from receiving any physics/movement processing. The bug was fixed.
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#2
Not a bug per se, but a caveat of the normal game mechanics.
Anchored spacecraft will remain anchored even after disappearance of the station.
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