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Star Trek: Delta Expedition - Chapter 10Star Trek: Delta Expedition - Chapter 10 by TrekkieGal
Captain log, Stardate 55659.3. We have reached the Talaxian asteroid colony a few hours ago. Upon our arrival, radiation levels were critical, so we had to implement immediate radiation clean-up of the area. It has taken us 2 hours to clear an area safe enough for an approach to the Asteroid colony. Thanks to the size of the Expedition, we were able to get close enough to beam down to the colony. Commander Gunn led a medical team to help with the casualties from radiation exposure, while Lieutenants James and Greene helped with the clean-up and restoration of the colony. The deadly mix of radiation has weakened their defense shielding which has been their only protection. Candela believes she can fabricate better emitters that can withstand the radiation as there are concerns that the Malon will be returning; we’ve consulted Starfleet of the situation. Starfleet's response was a mix of confusion as well, seeing we departed only moments before they received our communication. A
STC: Federation Graffiti: EpilogueSTC: Federation Graffiti: Epilogue by DrOfDemonology
San Francisco, Earth
January 14, 2270
Admiral Morgan Rigel walked purposefully along the path leading to the main building of Starfleet Headquarters, returning numerous salutes from lower-ranking officers and enlisted personnel. Only of late his visits to San Francisco usually involved his weekly Friday poker game. But recent events had changed this routine, so much so that he had made the decision to come out of retirement and resume his place within Starfleet.
He strolled into the entrance hall, returning more salutes along the way. Morgan Rigel fit the classic image of a commanding officer: he was tall, handsome, in good shape despite being over sixty years old, and had just the right amount of grey in his dark hair and neatly cropped beard. Morgan was a natural leader, well-liked by all and deeply respected. He was intelligent, had an excellent grasp of tactics, knew the ins and outs of Starfleet bureaucracy, had years of field e
STC: Federation Graffiti: Chapter 6STC: Federation Graffiti: Chapter 6 by DrOfDemonology
Open Space, Cêtarii Vessel Explorer
November 29, 2269
While the modified Cêtarii scout vessel was being constructed in the Explorer’s internal shipyard (a feat of engineering done primarily by computer-controlled industrial robots) the crew of Calypso were undergoing an extensive retraining programme to bring them up to speed with their new ship and its capabilities. The Cêtarii possessed a level of technology at least a century or two ahead of the Federation, from medicine to computers to starship engineering and warp drives. The Constitution class starship was the most advanced in Starfleet, but it was a shuttlecraft compared to Explorer.
The Cêtarii regarded their scout ships in much the same way Starfleet crews regarded their Class F shuttles: highly useful exploratory craft that were, at the end of the day, essentially expendable. Losing one for any reason was of course never desirable; but if nece
STC: Federation Graffiti: Chapter 7STC: Federation Graffiti: Chapter 7 by DrOfDemonology
Open Space, Cêtarii Vessel Explorer
January 5, 2270
It had only been two months since Calypso’s fateful encounter with the wormhole and the crew’s rescue by the Cêtarii, but it seemed a great deal longer to Cera as she stood there with her shipmates and took in the sight of their newly finished starship. She was moored in one of the Explorer’s many docking bays, and they were all staring in wonder at the vessel through a large observation window. At least half a dozen of her sister scout ships were currently exploring this lonely region of the Alpha Quadrant.
The new Calypso was connected to Explorer via a docking arm and sat peacefully in the airless, zero gravity environment of the docking bay. The outer hull gleamed in the well-lit chamber, its surface dark and flawless. Given the vessel’s incredible speed and manoeuvrability, not to mention its stealth capabilities, the crew agreed it was on
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