I love you Ezer! That idea sounds awesome. Maybe to simulate the vastness of space and to make sure stations aren't too close or even easily visible from each other, the launch co-ords could be multiplied somehow. If you launch from 768, 768 yours point in space would be something like 768 x1,000, 768 x1,000 = 768,000, 768,000. Someone launching from 770, 770 would send them to 770,000, 770,000, which would separate those stations by 2,000 blocks. The default variable could be even bigger, maybe 10,000? That would make stations in the example 20,000 blocks away from each other. The calculation probably shouldn't be straight multiplication though. If you launch from 0, 0, you'd end up at 0,0 in space. Then again, It still works since 0, 1 would put the next station at 0, 10,000. hmm Getting back down to the surface could be simple division. 770,000 / 1,000 = 770 Since you mentioned my idea, I assume the same calculation would be applied to the orbital miner's beam?