Bridge- Main Sim

Posted Sept. 16, 2020, 8:59 a.m. by Lieutenant Faye Calloway (Mission Specialist) (Lindsay Bayes)

Posted by Captain Alexander Cochrane (Commanding Officer) in Bridge- Main Sim

Posted by Gamemaster Wookius Furrius (Senior Gamemaster) in Bridge- Main Sim

Posted by Lieutenant Faye Calloway (Mission Specialist) in Bridge- Main Sim
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=/\=Calloway to the Bridge. We’re sending you the frequency of the radiation so you can scan the planet for more pieces. Be forewarned that the metal we found is exceptionally old, and it’s not the source of the radiation. We don’t yet know what the source is, but if you can help us narrow it down, that would be appreciated.=/\= She fowarded the data as she said she would.

~Faye Calloway, Data Specialist (cross posting from Science labs)

Cochrane looked at the Science station and said “You heard the lady. Lets start looking for debris.” and he keyed the comms. =/\= Calloway. Does the radiation match the signature of Romulan vessels? Or any vessels we know of? =/\=

Cochrane, CO

Scans would show an area in the midst of the ‘problem’ area for crops. A dot on the topography showed where the fragment was dug up. In the area, and farther along in that dead zone there was a greater concentration and match, though there was no specific identifier. There was a general metallic signature again that was more concentrated at depth, but it was not a solid signature but fragments.
- Wookiee

“Try and get a transporter lock on any of those pieces you can and bring them to the cargo bay. Send decontamination teams there to clean them up, and let’s see if we can identify who this was. If we can’t beam them up, map out every piece you can. We’ll send a team down to the planet tomorrow to clear it up if the Graviens allow it.”

Cochrane, CO

OOC: Is there a team from the crew associated with this? .. Just askin .. Gene

OOC: Not yet, but there will be.

=/\=It correlates to a high percentage, and though we can’t be one hundred precent sure, I’m confident enough in the readings to lean that way. It could also be Hirogen, but the percentages are much lower. But what is also very important for you to know is that the metal we found is thirteen thousand years old. The metal is not the source of the radiation though. We’re still not sure what is,=/\= Faye relayed.

~Faye Calloway, Data Specialist

Cochrane paused and stared ahead for a moment and then said =/\= Wait… did you say thirteen thousand years old? And the metal is Romulan, correct? And from one of their vessels? =/\=

Cochrane, CO

=/\=Correct,=/\= Faye said. =/\=But it’s not one hundred percent and because it is so old, that result is more based on similarities in the technology likely and the radiation signature, so I do want to be careful about discarding other possibilities. There is the possibility that it is Hirogen, but the data is less conclusive on that front, so I’m leaning towards Romulan unless further information tells us otherwise. And… obviously that brings up a whole host of other questions that we will attempt answer if we can.=/\=

~Faye Calloway, Data Specialist

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