14 January 2014

Jump Precipitation

A large mass is needed at the destination point to exit jumpspace.

It is mathematically proven, undeniable.

Even Vilani mathematicians and physicists confirm Terran theories using their slightly different assumptions in advanced mathematics.  Isn't it odd that a different route leads to the same destination?

However, neither Terran or Imperial theory accounts for a peculiar form of misjump.  The ship would enter jumpspace normally and spend the requisite week there then would pop back into normal space exactly where it had left.  This was puzzling and frustrating to science.  To enter jumpspace, the ship had to be well clear of large masses of the sort that are required to exit.

Clearly a jump to empty space is possible.  It's inexplicable, but possible...

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