This game is point-and-click; you HAVE to pick from a list (of planets, stations, asteroid belts, or your own saved locations) in order to initiate warp and go. AND, your ship has engine trails, which provide a very nice line that points out exactly where you went, when you warp out. It’s very clear to every pirate or war enemy that you went to planet x, station y, or asteroid belt z, when you warp out, because your engine trails form a bright blue line that points directly to the icon of your destination planet, station, gate, or belt.
You have the ability to “save” YOUR location in space, as a “bookmark”. When you do this in the middle of warping across the solar system, the resulting location is called a “safespot” because it’s not near any obvious planets, stations, stargates, or asteroid belts, so your enemies have to use probes to locate your ship. Takes them about 30 seconds, so it helps to have a cloaking device so you can cloak up as soon as you arrive at your safespot. Otherwise, if you don’t have a cloaking device, you need to warp out of the safespot, and to a new safespot, every 30 seconds or so.