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XSV Johannes Kepler docked in UNE hangar

Amicitia Station 14, Arietis system

October 15, 2118, 13:59 SST (Sol Standard Time)

 

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Author:Eddie R. Hicks [Hicks, Eddie R.] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Eddie R. Hicks [Hicks, Eddie R.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Published: 2018-10-30T05:00:00+00:00
XSV Johannes Kepler docked in UNE hangar

Amicitia Station 14, Arietis system

October 15, 2118, 13:59 SST (Sol Standard Time)

Foster stepped onto the bridge of the Kepler, savoring the aftertaste of her lunch. A Caesar salad made with lettuce from Aervounis, served with a side of grilled poultry from the Hashmedai colony Taxah. Chef Bailey’s ability to fuse human and alien cuisine together was unmatched. She made a mental note to recommend it to Odelea in hopes that she would eat something other than apples, minus the dressing and protein of course, as she approached her and Nereid at the science officer’s station.

The two girls were hard at work studying a number of holo screens, typing into holographic keyboards, and sharing personal thoughts about the data they were analyzing, trying their best to fill the void Pierce had left.

“Please tell me y’all have good news,” Foster said to the two.

“We might, Captain,” Odelea said, pushing a holo screen at Foster. “With Nereid’s help, we’ve managed to gain a better understanding of the songs the bio-ships use and the telemetry data they were transmitting.”

“The ships gathering in the maelstrom were directing other Draconians ships to their location from another,” Nereid said.

“What location is that?” Foster asked.

“As we know, they use the maelstrom as a means of interstellar travel and the ships we saw were reinforcements,” Odelea said. “Therefore, these new ships had to have originated someplace in normal space, then travelled through the maelstrom, arriving at the unopened vortex that will connect with the Arietis system.”

“Their homeworld?”

“Perhaps, or a base, I do not know.”

Odelea waved for Foster to stand closer to her and the computer workstation. A new projection appeared. It was a map of the galaxy. “The two of us managed to break down the songs into special coordinates from where the new Draconian ships are arriving from. However, without knowing what type of unit of measurement they use, I have no idea exactly where these coordinates point to.”

“Hmmm.” Foster looked at their quantum computing android standing motionlessly. “EVE, any input?”

“I ran the numbers provided by Scholar Odelea and Nereid and converted them into all known means of measurement within the galaxy,” EVE said. The holo screen Foster was looking at changed, showing a map of the galaxy and various lines pointing to no place in particular. “As you can see, none of these points to any specific system or planetary object.”

“Maybe they don’t have a world of their own,” Williams said, as he unexpectedly joined them. “Just a random space station or something out in the middle of nowhere.”

“Such a theory is highly unlikely, Commander,” EVE said. “The Draconian bio-ships are mostly organic, so still require food and water to operate.”

“Then you got to take into account those dragons,” Foster said. “It would need to be a pretty big space station to provide enough food and water to keep all that operating and allow space for their young to be born and grow up.”

“Between their soldiers, ships, and dragons, they would need to be near planets, and lots of them, for food and water,” Odelea added.

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