CMDRs Log 04-02-3305
Begin delayed transmission…
Due to the mining operations and the construction of a new station in the Omega Sector, our expedition was delayed by a week. Seeing as how the S.A. Oranje, a Beluga class vessel, isn’t fitted for cargo running we were able to kick our feet up and relax for a bit. She is in the top 1% of Liners in the Galaxy after all!
We hoped for some more sights along the way, and boy were we not disappointed! The variety in colour was incredible. From this beautiful ringed planet:
To the spectacular dust cloud and mineral spheres in CD-23 14350
There were also a pair of Earth Like Worlds spotted in Rohini.
Then there was this unfortunate fellow Beluga pilot who… well God knows what he was trying to do? But this is not how you take off from a planetary base such as Eagle’s Landing!
We arrived in Pru Aescs NC-M d7-192 on schedule on 04-02-3305. There’s a beacon there. Some say it broadcasts at regular intervals, but we couldn’t detect any signals. We now await further instruction as to where we will venture to next.
Logs ends. CMDR Dover8 out.