This is an entry to the 12th fortnightly challenge
log 10:53 Approaching Yaruka-X for inspection log 10:55 Lovely green planet, but a dense cloud cover. Reducing speed. log 10:58 We are entering the planet's atmosphere. Need to getting closer to surface. log 11:03 Reporting a minor collision. Something has hit. Maybe a bird? log 11:13 Damn. Jet engine one is failing. I repeat, jet engine one is failing. log 11:34 We are going down! All system set for hard landing. log 11:35 ... .**/-/*++-/+-/-/+9-/
"Mothership? Mothership can you copy?"
"Mother is listening. What is the situation?"
"The capsule has crashed 15min ago. It doesn't seem like an easy repair. Requesting evacuation. However, I've landed in what seems to be a very dense bog. I narrowly escaped being sucked in and don't dare to move a step without terrestrial scanning."
"Understood. We will guide you through the bog. Only perform steps as instructed. Do you have your mobile navigation device ready?"
"Device ready and aligned north. Expecting transmission..."
as aligned, long plus 75, long plus 615, short plus 35, long plus 455, short plus 880, short plus 45, long plus 60, long plus 15, short plus 240, short plus 725, long plus 45, long plus 420, short plus 55, long plus 50, long plus 625, short plus 707, long plus 641, short plus 609.5, long plus 112.5, long plus 680, short plus 170, long plus 550, short plus 1147, long plus 358, long plus 655, short plus 1201, long plus 359, short
From the information given, can you tell which of the black arrows the astronaut will be coming out of? (And why?)
North = up on the map.
Position of astronaut before first instruction is carried out: as drawn
The trick to this puzzle relies in identifying the "navigation tool".