Back to space engineers after a long hiatus, and I thought I'd start a survival game. The problem is there's no cobalt. I've found masses of gold, silver, but no cobalt. This after hours of flying around in my suit with a drill in my hand. I've tried using rovers for scouting, but the area I'm in is so mountainous and uneven all I do is flip them, and there's no obvious why to flip them back right-side-up. I thought I'd instead try to find stuff from the air, but I can't do that because air thursters need cobalt to build (metal grid), and I cannot salvage enough from the lander to make them. Ion thrusters don't need cobalt, but do need a refinery, which I cannot build because I need cobalt. I thought I'd build a large detector hoping that maybe that would find some stuff in my area, but it's range is pitiful and it found nothing. Basically it seems my entire game has devolved into running around a planet with a drill in my hand hoping to find cobalt. Have I missed something obvious? Am I doing something wrong? Or is it game over if there's no cobalt near by? My next step is to try and reach orbit with just my space suit.. maybe there's some cobalt up there.