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1 hour ago, Wilcroft said:

Need confirmation, but spreadsheet says this is the location for January 2019:

 

 

Mars Lat Mars Lon Probability
17.99999998 68 100.00000%

URL: &lat=17.99999998&lon=68

 

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I've been changing my mars wonder for years now just out of pure automation.. But taking a look today, I don't see the point? I don't see any increases in my collection and i'm spending 4mil every time I change it. Can someone explain this?

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On 1/11/2019 at 6:59 AM, Samus said:

I've been changing my mars wonder for years now just out of pure automation.. But taking a look today, I don't see the point? I don't see any increases in my collection and i'm spending 4mil every time I change it. Can someone explain this?

I just did the math for myself.  Moving all 3 costs each $2,683,564.71 or $8,050,694.13 
I looked at my back collect before moving any and after moving them, and subtracted the difference.  Moving all 3 gained me $21,779,359.4.  Minus moving costs is $13,728,665.27 profit.  I'm early on in the Mars wonders having had moon for a long time but my understanding is it starts low and peaks over time.  I'm sure the almost $14 mil profit will increase over time as the wonder's benefits increase.

The thing I can't figure out with Mars that I didn't have an issue with on moon is the coordinates.  Everyone confirms coordinates here yet they are always an invalid set for me.

 

On 1/1/2019 at 8:42 PM, Galerion said:

URL: &lat=17.99999998&lon=68


This was confirmed, yet invalid for me.  On my base I eliminated one of the nines and it gave me 99%.  Then on my mine I decided to drop the 8 and it gave me 100%.  So for me it was &lat=17.9999999&lon=68 that was valid.  Coordinates always worked for my moon mine; never had that issue.  For some reason Mars has been a pain almost every month.  If anyone can shed light on that I'd appreciate it.

 

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