Pioneer Returns from the Depths Pioneer Returns from the Depths
Post Views: 1,075 Pioneer Returns from the Depths On the 5th of January 3301, an explorer by the name of Commander Kommodore set off... Pioneer Returns from the Depths

Pioneer Returns from the Depths
On the 5th of January 3301, an explorer by the name of Commander Kommodore set off to visit Sagittarius A* in his Eagle-class starship – the first known attempt to reach the core in such a vessel.

Nothing more was heard from this intrepid explorer until this week, some ten months later, when his trusty Eagle finally returned to a friendly starport. The Commander was said to have a made a rough landing due to the time that had elapsed since he last experienced docking procedures.

During his ten-month mission, believed to be one of the longest on record, the explorer catalogued information on almost 3,900 star systems, and was awarded a staggering 123 million credits from Universal Cartographics for the data he amassed.

Core Dynamics, manufacturers of the Eagle Mk II, has expressed an interest in having Commander Kommodore’s ship permanently berthed for posterity, and to show just how durable this little ship is.

Commander Erimus