October, 3303

  • 20 October

    Galactic News: Analysis from the Galaxy’s Most Powerful

    A number of the galaxy’s most powerful figures have commented on the current galactic landscape, addressing issues such as the return of Thargoids and the recent discovery of outposts formerly occupied by the Intergalactic Naval Reserve Arm. At a society event in the Cubeo system, Princess Aisling Duval said: “I read the INRA records, and …

  • 20 October

    Galactic News: Aegis Expanding

    Following news that the Empire and Federation have withdrawn from the Pleiades Nebula, contractors in the core systems have reported that Aegis is poised to establish a number of outposts in the region. The reports indicate that Aegis intends to establish more than twenty orbital outposts in the coming months, to support its ongoing research …

  • 20 October

    Galactic News: Halsey Comments on End of Cold War

    With the news that the Empire has withdrawn its fleets from the Pleiades Nebula, apparently signalling the end of the Federal-Imperial cold war, former Federal president Jasmina Halsey has commented on the cessation of hostilities. Addressing a large crowd in Nerah City on Argent’s Claim, Halsey said: “Like many of you, I rejoiced when I …

  • 19 October

    Community Goal: Conflict in Colonia

    Since it was founded in July 3302, the Colonia community has become a bastion of peace, seen by many as an island of calm in a sea of conflict. But the region is not impervious to occasional outbreaks of violence, and as Colonia’s population grows, such outbreaks look likely to become more frequent. The latest …

  • 19 October

    Galactic News: Fourth Aegis Campaign Concludes

    The fourth phase of Aegis’ campaign to counter the Thargoid threat has come to an end. Hundreds of independent pilots supported the initiative by taking to their ships to deliver commodities to Cremona Prospect. The materials will be used to test and mass-produce a shutdown-field neutraliser, developed by engineer Elvira Martuuk, which will counter the …

  • 19 October

    Galactic News: Remembrance Campaign Comes to an End

    A spokesperson for the Labour Union of Kauruk has announced that the organisation’s Remembrance Week has been resoundingly endorsed by the galactic community. Hundreds of pilots flocked to Moore Terminal over the past week, taking the opportunity to pay their respects to departed friends and loved ones. As the campaign drew to a close, the …

  • 18 October

    Galactic News: Further INRA Bases Discovered

    Further abandoned Intergalactic Naval Reserve Arm outposts have been discovered in systems throughout the core. Records from the sites have shed additional light on the INRA’s activities, and indicate that the mycoid fungus, which was instrumental in countering the Thargoid incursions of the 3100s, was an unplanned by-product of the organisation’s research. The records also …

  • 13 October

    Galactic News: Speculation over Thargoid Ship

    Some of the galaxy’s leading Thargoid experts have been discussing the discovery of a new alien ship in the HIP 17125 system. Images of the crashed vessel reveal that it is structurally distinct from the Thargoid Interceptor, while sharing many superficial similarities. The ship has been classified as a ‘Thargoid Scout’ by the Pilots Federation …

  • 12 October

    Galactic News: Kuun-Lan Campaign Concludes

    A spokesperson for the Kuun-Lan has announced that its appeal for commodities was enthusiastically received by the galactic community, resulting in a massive influx of deliveries to Lomonosov City, the organisation’s base of operations. A spokesperson for the group released the following statement: “We are overjoyed that the galactic community has rallied to our cause, …

  • 12 October

    Community Goal: Fourth Aegis Initiative

    Aegis’s campaign to counter the rising Thargoid threat has entered its fourth phase. Once again, the tri-superpower organisation has secured financial support from a corporate partner, which has placed an open order for various commodities. As the campaign began, The Federal Times spoke to Elvira Martuuk, one of many independent engineers contracted by Aegis, who …