Inuya (Mortham base)

Andrew Reinhard, 2019

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Introduction

Inuya (Mortham base)

Mortham base was built by player ZeusJones in May 2017 in the Pathfinder era on the planet Inuya in the original Galactic Hub system of HUB-G-142 Noemia. This base is somewhat unusual for a few reasons: 1) the system it occupies was discovered by another Galactic Hub citizen, Ryder_E-E, yet ZeusJones was the first to settle here; 2) there are no communication stations left by the architect or by visitors; 3) planet Inuya was not untowardly affected by the Atlas Rises update, changing from one paradise planet to another while not ruining the abandoned base at all. Pictorial evidence shows the landscape once had trees and red grass, and that Mortham base was originally missing a front porch, later added.

Andrew Reinhard visited the site as part of the No Man's Sky Archaeological Project on 22 May 2018, one year after the base was built and three months before the "NEXT" update destroyed the abandoned settlement.