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Posted April 15, 2019, 2:29 p.m. by Ensign Penji Fil (Scientist) (Philip S Schreiber)

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Posted by Lieutenant Commander Wendell Vaughn (Chief Science Officer) in Main Sim - Bridge
OCC Snip

“If our systems are up to it, I’d like to launch a warp probe at the precise coordinates where we entered the system,” Wendell said.

CSO

“Do it” she said knowing it would take more than a few experiments to figure things out

Tralla

As soon as the probe had launched, multiple readings showed up at once. Certain particles that were usually undisturbed were showing signs of being affected by whatever had happened. As soon as the probe reached the entrance, readings showed that this aggravation only went out so far, and the ‘wall’ separating the two was slightly bent as if part of a larger spherical shape.

Your Bestest Friend (GM)

BJ looked at the data at the first officer’s console. He wasn’t quite sure what to make of it.

Janzen

“Well Mr Vaughn What do we have can we get out of here at a moments notice?” she asked curtly

Tralla

That was a good question. He couldn’t answer that himself. And he didn’t have an answer. At least not yet. Maybe someone else did.

Janzen

“It’s incredible, Captain!” Wendell said as he went over the data. “I don’t think that we should move the ship. We might be again, subject to the forces that damaged us, and the other ship. Maybe we can access their logs to see what information they managed to get on it?”

CSO

Scans of the other ship would reveal that although the main computer was heavily damaged, enough data could be transmitted to reveal that the particles were earlier in a stable position, before suddenly being forced out of the space that they had occupied, being thrown out to create the spherical shape that the probe had detected. Interestingly enough, more scans from the probe had come back revealing that another spherical shape close to the singularity was detected, but instead of made of particles, it was completely devoid of them.

Your Bestest Friend (GM)

“Okay, so this is what we got from the Titan,” Wendell said. “It appears as though they were actually here when this sphere was formed. Note the secondary sphere and its effects. Or lack thereof.”

CSO

Zubreana looked over to the scientist “what could have caused this?” She asked as she continued to scan the area.

Azon, COS

BJ smiled. “If we had the answer to that; the question would be irrelevant.” But, he didn’t know either. “But, that’s a good question.”

Janzen

“Keep working on it…maybe try remodulating the back-up subspace interference Regulator” she suggested drawing on her Engineering knowledge to try and get her crew out of this situation

Tralla

Suddenly, alerts from the probe flashed on the console. The ships AI spoke up, “Um… I’m detecting massive energy readings from the centre of the particle ‘empty’ zone. The probe is also reading that the particles are being pushed away from it.” True to her words, the shields were showing a minuscule drain as particles that helped make up the void around them bounded against them, being pushed by a unknown force.

Your Bestest Friend (GM)

“Helm Turn us to ride whatever is pushing us dont fight it!” she ordered keeping her level head

Tralla

The ship slowly turned towards the anomaly, the helmsman clearly fighting with the controls the entire way. On the science console, intense gravitational readings were being displayed at regular intervals, as if they were briefly within the gravitational field of a planet such as Earth.

Your Bestest Friend (GM)

OCC Wouldnt that be away from the Anomaly because she basically ordered the ship to ride out the waves like a surfer would LOL

KG

After checking the science console a number of times, Ens. Fil reported to the bridge crew, “I’m reading intense gravitational anomolies at regular intervals.”
Ens. Fil
Science
Penji couldn’t pinpoint where the anomolies were coming from.
Ens.Fil
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