Regarding birthing a star and crossing galaxies

Long time no see, folks…
Just found a feature unheard of…

Birthing a star really DOES something!

The distance from galactic core of the Atlas station (in which you’ve lastly birthed a star) will be the same for your starting point in next galaxy (’+1’)

So i am in a loop now, i’ve done it 10 times yet
-Birthing star near center
-Building a base
-Crossing Galaxy
Rinse, repeat!

That’s sliding between 10 parallel universes in just few hours! Mind blown!

I want to have a base in each galaxy now, especially as we can now teleporting back.

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Thanks! Is this on a new BEYOND save or an old save?

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Previous ‘Next’ save, i think.

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This is pretty big news if true.

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@William: I changed category to ‘NMS Beyond’.

That sounds interesting and useful for explorers indeed. Fingers crossed they’ll never patch being able to birth a star over and over again?

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If you don’t birth a star, you’ll respawn by reaching the center in next galaxy at ~700 000 LY

If you do it at an Atlas station, say at ~50 000 LY from galactic center, you’ll respawn at ~50 000 LY

If you do it at 3000 LY, well… You can basically travel through all 256 in a blink!

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I can confirm this worked for me, no problems. Xbox normal, save from NEXT

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Found that it doesn’t work if you don’t go through the first black hole after birthing a new star.
You’ll respawn in next galaxy at ≈700 000LY then.

Kisses from Odiwagiri.

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