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Cptn Swain

Season 8: The Darkness and the Thunder

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SD 0807.2022

The away team has found themselves stuck in an alien complex that was below the colonist's mine. They discovered beacon in a primary chamber that appears to be broadcasting the signal that led them there in the first place. As we pick up, the crew is exploring more of the complex, hopefully looking for an exit.

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SD 0814.2022

Irene and Tovar believe they may have made a discovery that may help the crew learn more about the people who built the facility and what it is for, while the rest of the team has discovered a room with numerous storage lockers, a platform, and a console.

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SD 0821.2022 - No SIM

SD 0828.2022 - No SIM

SD 0904.2022

The crew continues to explore the underground facility. Irene and Tovar have discovered some holo images of what appear to be star maps, though they have not yet been able to make much out of them beyond that, while the rest of the team have found an extremely elaborate door at the end of a hallway -- could it be an exit?

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SD 0911.2022

With Tovar guiding them, the team has returned to the encampment where the earthquake was felt a wee bit more acutely. The team has been lead back to the holding area while Tovar meets with the leaders.

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SD 0918.2022

Having managed to avoid complete disaster, the away team(s) have returned to Excalibur, breaking orbit and leaving a "navigational hazard buoy" in their wake. There is still the problem of the missing science vessel, however, and Swain has gathered senior staff to the observation lounge to further discuss the issue.

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SD 0925.2022 - No SIM

SD 1002.2022

In an effort to make their search for the missing science vessel a bit easier, science and engineering are working on modifying probes to analyze the Expanse and look for clues.

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SD 1009.2022 - No SIM

SD 1016.2022

As Excalibur continues to search for the lost science vessel, they are preparing to launch probes to help map the general area and narrow down where the ship might have gone.

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SD 1023.2022 - No SIM

SD 1030.2022

As Excalibur continues to search for the lost science vessel, the probe they launched to map the area has discovered an interesting signal that resembles a Star Fleet navigational beacon. The ship is en route.

 

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SD 1106.2022

As Excalibur continues to search for the lost science vessel, the probe they launched to map the area has discovered an interesting signal that resembles a Star Fleet navigational beacon. The ship has reached the first beacon and just encountered a strong gravimetric wave.

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SD 1113.2022

Having recovered the probe and not gotten stuck in a gravity eddy, Excalibur is following a signal that appears to be Federation in origin, hoping perhaps that it is the trail of the USS Caroline Mikkelsen, which you may recall, was the original purpose of us coming here to the Shackleton Expanse.

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SD 1120.2022 & SD 1127.2022 - No SIM

SD 1204.2022

The Excalibur has found the USS Caroline Mikkelsen in orbit of a vaguely M-class planet in an uncharted system.  An away team (of all of you) has been put together and is preparing to beam over to the Caroline Mikkelsen, which appears to be devoid of life, but otherwise functional.

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