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Space Opera Part 3 – Mosasaurs

Here’s the next episode of Space Opera.

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Nolan and I got back to the Zephyrus’s bridge.

“Izzy, we’re going to Valla Cappos.”

“You sure, Captain?”

“I’m sure. Don’t worry, it’ll be fine.”

Izzy looked at me for a long minute, then turned to Nolan. “You’ve got the coordinates for our spot?”

“Get the system up and I’ll punch it in manually,” Nolan said.

“I thought you said you could wipe data out of our PA system,” Izzy said, glancing at me. “Just send it to me and we’ll clean it up later.”

“Nope,” Nolan said. “Anything can happen, and I haven’t finished my analysis of the PA system yet.”

Tim shook his head in disgust. “Wait, you don’t even have the analysis done, and you’re telling us you can wipe our history? What about the coordinates Izzy put in there to jump from Earth? They’re in the PA system.”

Izzy glanced at him. “There was nothing illegal…

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Scagsdale's Tales

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Space Opera Part 2 – Probability

Here’s the next episode of Space Opera.

Scagsdale's Tales

I awoke with a start. It was that familiar feeling. We were coming out of the wormhole, heading into orbit around a planet nearby Valla Cappos. How long did I sleep? My PA said five hours. Dammit. I crawled out of bed, stripped, and got into the cleaning module. The jets came on and the floor spun, getting me wet, covering me with cleansing gel. After a few seconds for the gel to work I was rinsed and dried. The PA beeped.

“Yeah,” I said.

“We just came out of the wormhole, Captain,” Izzy said. “Sorry if I woke you.”

“I just finished getting cleaned up. I’ll be dressed and back to the bridge in ten minutes.”

“Thank you, sir. Nolan provided his workup on Valla Cappos. I’ve got some concerns.”

“I can imagine.”

“Something else happened too, but I don’t want to use the PA to discuss it.”


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