First of all … it’s a star. It’s not the sun.
“Sun” is literally the name of our star.
With that out of the way …
Those were the old stars.
CCP implemented this bounce for some reasons I don’t remember.
They were, in general, rather interesting.
The old stars had some weird … uh … let’s call them gravitational anomalies …
… where one could warp forward, while actually warping in “circles” without ever turning around.
I had some interesting times probing an empty hurricane close to the local star,
at 100%, for over an hour, constantly passing it by and not once turning around.
Every 100% just got me closer and after an hour I’ve finally managed to land on the same grid.
That was super interesting!
The new stars are worse than the old stars.
By worse I mean boring.
Of course I’ve eventually began analysing the behaviour of the current stars.
For some reason I have a structure bookmark literally at the center of some star.
Must be a glitch. Warping to the bookmark in the star warps me to the structure.
The structure isn’t there anymore, by the way. Someone removed it.
Not gonna say who. :3
.) Warping into the star is not possible; it drops you out early enough.
.) Warping onto a bookmark too close to the star drops you out early.
.) At the star, warping to a bookmark too close to it can warp you into the opposite direction.
.) Some warp to bookmarks too close to the star does not seem to register.
.) Bigger stars are easier to get closer to, than smaller stars, due to their size. D’uh.
That’s all I have so far.
There’s definitely more data to be discovered.