The lock belongs to Gordon, who was into birthdays and astrology. The handwritten note on the side of the Constellation Map can be referenced against the Personnel Files to determine which crew members have which astrological sign. The first symbol, Leo, correlates to Gordon. The second symbol, Libra, correlates to Billie. The third symbol, Scorpio, correlates to Cosmo. Each of these crew members has a rank shown by the number of stars on their files and belongings. The code to the lock is 325.
The peppermint antidote reveals that your most recent recovered memory is the crew leaving the StarFlight Maintenance Station outside of the Meridian Botanica in the direction of the Maintenance Station outside of the Skyland Mountain Ski Village.
The crew started from the Meridian Botanica Maintenance Station and, according to the peppermint antidote, was headed in the direction for the Skyland Maintenance Station. The black box flight recorder says they were stuck 45 degrees off-course East. The website shows that they had used two units of fuel. According to the map legend, two units of fuel equals two miles. And each mile is a square on the map. Starting from the Meridian Botanica, aim towards Skyland and adjust 45 degrees east. Move two squares on the map. What is the intersection of that point? Your current coordinates are 30.0°N, 30.0°E.
Four of the pieces of the shuttle are yellow. The clue on the back of the blueprint references looking at the heart of the ship. According to the blueprints, or the shuttle when it’s built, the four yellow pieces are in the center of the ship. When referenced against the Blueprint, these types of pieces are labeled A and B. These pieces are in a specific order in the ship. The launch code is ABBA.