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Chapter 20: Page 12
Originally posted on:06/11/2018
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Let me Space Google that for you.
06/11/2018
The Weave is sort of "space internet", but not quite. Since it can day hours, days or even weeks for data to travel from one planet to another, each planetary network needs a way to sync data every other network. The vast quantities of data involved necessitated a galaxy-wide system that sorts and prioritizes thousands of data streams into one super-network, called the Weave.

When you access the Weave, you are actually accessing your local mirror of the Weave (normally based on a planet or large space station), which will be as up-to-date as possible. Ship mainframes will regularly sync with the nearest Weave mirror, but can only store a small fraction of it locally.

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