The Hyperspace Helper BETTER
Hyperspace should support diverse users including data scientists, data engineers, and data enthusiasts. Therefore, it should offer the simplest possible experience, with relevant helper APIs (e.g., for tuning), documentation and tutorials.
The Hyperspace Helper
Supercruise Assist also includes a "Hyperspace Dethrottle" feature that, when activated, will automatically bring the ship to a stop outside a system's main star after a hyperspace jump. This can be toggled on or off in the Flight Assistance subsection of the Systems Panel. Hyperspace Dethrottle can be useful for new pilots who have not yet learned how to steer around a star's exclusion zone after a jump, or for explorers jumping into a system with a black hole or white dwarf who wish to ensure they do not immediately collide with the exclusion zone and experience a damaging emergency drop.
Hyperspace routes were established paths through hyperspace, which linked major worlds in the galaxy, just as roads linked major cities on populated planets. Those routes were regarded as safe, allowing starships to travel without colliding with a celestial body in realspace. Chains of important star systems formed runs, which were vital navigational routes for trade and transit, and such routes could cross multiple sectors.
Just one more thing, in the original file, there is a sector not connected to the rest of the hyperspace network. In order to calculate a route from that zone to the rest of the galaxy, we need to add a new linestring connecting both networks.
Hyper-rapture was a supposed form of madness acquired from staring into hyperspace for a prolonged time. The standard procedure for Imperial ships was to opaque the transparisteel slabs while traveling through hyperspace to prevent this. 041b061a72