Galactic Hub Project Legacy Region
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The Galactic Hub Project Legacy Region is a super-region.
Summary[edit | edit source]
Although extensive documentation efforts are no longer underway in the Legacy Region, you can see the information documented on this region prior to 1.30 on the Galactic Hub Project (Pathfinder) page.
NMS Archaeological Survey[edit | edit source]
Andrew Reinhard of Archaeogaming is conducting a post-Update 1.3 Xenoarcheology survey in the Legacy Region. He is conducting this study under the title "Legacy Hub Archaeological Project (L-HAP)", for his sub-group of Archaeogaming, the "NMS Archaeological Survey." This section serves as a directory to his articles, and a brief summary of each.
- The Lost City of D: Archaeology in the Legacy Hub of No Man’s Sky - Introduction to the L-HAP, studies on Drogradur (particularly around the Portal).
- Excavating a Buried Settlement in No Man's Sky - A base is buried on a seemingly-barren planet, deep underneath the bedrock. Floating Communications Stations show the incline of a mountain wiped from existence.
- Exploring an Abandoned Base in No Man's Sky - Andrew discovers an above-ground base with its original structure still in tact.
Legacy Heritage Archive[edit | edit source]
7101334, founder of the Galactic Hub, established the Legacy Heritage Archive program in the Galactic Hub. Inspired by the NMS Archaeological Survey and the Galactic Heritage Archive program, the Legacy Heritage Archive seeks to document, share, and protect bases constructed in the Legacy Hub prior to the Atlas Rises update. After the NEXT update, it will be expanded to include all Atlas Rises-era bases, provided they still exist.
Note that some Galactic Heritage Sites have also been identified in the Legacy Hub.
Like the Archaeological Survey, active research is still being conducted in this project.