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    ... find those anomalies

    I have mapped all planets and moons with the ISA mapsat (where possible). And I think I have found all (or most) anomalies.

    The Arcs on Mun are clearly visible from space, but the anomalies on Kerbin are a lot harder to spot.
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    I put in the coordinates in Mechjeb and land at the spot. I land a rover and drive aimlessly around. But I am nowhere near any anomaly.

    Is there a way to do a better job at pin pointing the locations of the anomalies? I'm lost.
    Proudly scattering Kerbals all over the Kerbol system since september 2012

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    You can use the Muon Detector to pinpoint the locations on Kerbin where the Monoliths lie.

    The large version is a lot more useful than the small version for this, but is also a lot more unwieldy atop a rover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maltesh View Post
    You can use the Muon Detector to pinpoint the locations on Kerbin where the Monoliths lie.

    The large version is a lot more useful than the small version for this, but is also a lot more unwieldy atop a rover.
    Awesome! Thanks.
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