How much of this do I have to do before finding uranium? I'm using a large grid detector at max range and for the last 40 (lost count of how many I've visited in total) or so asteroids I've been drilling through the thickest parts 3-4 times just to make sure nothing is in the center. As you can see by the heinous amount of tags up there I've found literally every other resource many times over. Is the direction of the game now trying to steer away from nuclear energy? Seems strange given it is the go-to compact power scheme for spacecraft both real and fictional. Furthermore, If I am just terribly unlucky... what gameplay purpose does that serve? I like tough objectives but it's not exactly a challenge to go looking for ore, it's just tedious. There's no argument to be made for the difficulty of time spent. I'm not getting better at any gameplay mechanics, it is simply a time sink. But I'm posting here as a last resort after doing many searches on google and elsewhere that all seem to end in half the crowd saying "just keep looking" and the other half saying they actually want it to be more rare. This isn't meant to be whining, but some solid answers would go a long way to let me know if I should even keep bothering. If the majority of players think it's fine how it is, that is their prerogative and I'll happily move to a different game. Thank you!