In just a few short years, sailing has gone from a dangerous experiment to a prized skill among your citizens. Your shores bustle with activity, while ships can be seen up and down the coastline as they use landmarks to guide their way. Yet some seasoned mariners have suggested that it is possible to navigate further into the oceans, by referring instead to the positions of the sun, moon, and stars. What should your response to this proposal be?
Great advances can come from an intuition. We will gather observations of the skies from all our sailors.
To have mastered travel that follows our shore is no small feat. There is no need to chase the stars.
This question is best suited to our experts of astronomy. They will decide on the best course.