337 light year jump record

337 light year jump record
June 14, 3305 Sagittarius Eye

On March 11th, 3304 — as previously reported by this news outlet — Cmdr Oscar Gunther achieved a stunning light year jump record with his Anaconda: 294.12 light years. In fact, the Anaconda was engineered to jump 294.29 light years.

 

Last week, on June 4th, this same commander achieved another outstanding record jump of 336.63 light years. However, he pointed out that “[the Anaconda] can jump 337.02ly. I spent four hours looking for a star with correct range and gave up in the end because the proof is in the jump range!”

 

Commander Gunther jumped from the Jackson’s Lighthouse system to Synuefe PX-S C20-19 which hosts a Class K primary star.

 

Congratulations on your achievement, Commander Gunther!

 

Sagittarius Eye Breaking News team

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