Conversation with #st_missionroom1 at Wed Mar 30 21:13:45 2016 on (irc)

(21:13:45) The topic for #ST_MissionRoom1 is: =/\= Star Trek: Engage Mission Room 1 =/\=
(21:13:45) Topic for #ST_MissionRoom1 set by GM_James!james@ at 11:22:06 on 11/16/2015
(21:13:45) mode (+o VAdmBlackthorne) by ChanServ
(21:13:54) NAV_Cdr_Harper [] entered the room.
(21:19:46) mode (+v CSO_LCdr_Wright) by VAdmBlackthorne
(21:19:56) mode (+vvv CTO_Maj_Wolfe ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr SCI_LtJG_TLira) by VAdmBlackthorne
(21:19:57) mode (+vvv TAC_2LT_Randen XO_Capt_TKirr NAV_Cdr_Harper) by VAdmBlackthorne
(21:20:05) VAdmBlackthorne: BEGIN SIM
(21:20:06) VAdmBlackthorne: BEGIN SIM
(21:20:08) VAdmBlackthorne: BEGIN SIM
(21:20:15) You are now known as CO_VAdmBlackthorne
(21:20:32) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: walks briskly onto the bridge, PADD in hand ::
(21:20:35) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: cold kickin' it live on the Bridge ::
(21:21:09) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: working at an aux console, going over a few scans she'd run of the planet while the away team was on the surface, mostly seismic scans ::
(21:21:29) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: XO: Status report, Captain?
(21:22:22) XO_Capt_TKirr: CO: Communications with the colony has been completed. We are ready to leave orbit.
(21:22:27) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: in other words, occupying the Science station and reading through routine reports ::
(21:22:40) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: at the helm, anticipating that they are about to leave, ensures all propulsion and navigation systems are ready ::
(21:22:41) CTO_Maj_Wolfe: :: stands at his tactical post. ::
(21:23:58) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: XO: Make the ship ready for quantum slipstream flight.
(21:24:13) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: NAV: Have the computer calculate a solution to the Betelgeuse system.
(21:24:37) CTO_Maj_Wolfe: :: makes sure the external weapons are secured and reports in silently from his console ::
(21:24:47) NAV_Cdr_Harper: CO: Betelgeuse, aye. :: enters the system into the computer and lets it calculate ::
(21:25:10) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Going over the technical reports of the modifications done to the holodeck, as well as systems reports in case there was anything untoward hiding in the database.::
(21:26:16) XO_Capt_TKirr: CTO: Yellow Alert, shields up.
(21:26:16) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: briefly has fond memories of looking up at Betegeuse in the night sky when she was a girl ::
(21:26:58) TAC_2LT_Randen: :: Bouncing around the Amories around the ship, making sure there was no sign of tampering and that all Type 1, 2 and 3 phasers and phase grenades were accounted for. ::
(21:27:19) CTO_Maj_Wolfe: XO: Geometry configured for Slipstream, Captain.
(21:27:42) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: nods ::
(21:27:47) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: gets confirmation from the computer :: CO: Slipstream solution calculated and ready, sir.
(21:28:37) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Is always excited at slipstream travel, and looks up from his console.::
(21:29:26) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: compiles the seismic scans and runs them through a software that will predict any future tectonic stresses. The program isn't always accurate, but it will do for the purposes of this report ::
(21:30:51) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: hears all of that, then :: NAV: Engage.
(21:31:43) NAV_Cdr_Harper: CO: Aye, sir. :: engages the warp drive at warp one as the QSD begins to spin up, continues :: Slipstream in one minute.
(21:32:17) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: feels excitement stirring in her stomach for slipstream, it's still a fun novelty ::
(21:32:29) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: ACTION> The slipstream begins to form ahead of us on the viewer.
(21:32:43) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: triple checking the solution as they approach ::
(21:33:03) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: watches ::
(21:33:07) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: ACTION> Atlantis is uneventfully pulled into the slipstream.
(21:34:35) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Gives a happy sigh, before continuing with the reports.::
(21:35:08) NAV_Cdr_Harper: CO: Stable slipstream flight. Arrival in twenty-six minutes.
(21:35:16) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: notes the transference into slipstream and returns to going over the results of the software run ::
(21:36:02) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: thrills for a moment at the thought of traveling so far, so quickly... then eventually returns to reviewing aforementioned routine reports ::
(21:36:14) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: looks over the sensor logs of slipstream's initialization, satisfied with how Atlantis is holding up from the last time ::
(21:36:28) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: satisfied that all navigation and propulsion readings are nominal ::
(21:38:00) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: ACTION> Time passes, as it insists on doing, and we approach our destination.
(21:38:36) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: finds herself pondering their last mission as the quiet Bridge goes about its work ::
(21:39:08) NAV_Cdr_Harper: CO: One minute to slipstream exit, sir.
(21:39:59) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: pats the chair arm :: Incredible machine. XO: I hope that doesn't get old.
(21:40:46) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: perks an eyebrow and turns her head :: CO: Patting the chair arm, or the slipstream drive?
(21:41:07) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: CO: Should I prepare the metaphashic shield modifications we devised for the Aquarijs, Admiral?
(21:41:14) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: chuckles :: XO: The slipstream drive.
(21:41:31) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: ENG: We won't be going into the star's corona this time.
(21:42:00) NAV_Cdr_Harper: CO: Exiting in five... :: counts :: Mark.
(21:42:02) CSO_LCdr_Wright: Self: That's a relief. Big corona.
(21:42:08) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: certainly hopes they won't be taking any trips into any coronas ::
(21:42:45) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: ACTION> Atlantis pops out into normal space in the Betelgeuse system, the red supergiant an absolutely imposing sight, sheathed in a whirling cloud of plasma.
(21:43:09) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: CO: I was unsure what our proximity we may be, sir. ::Smiles with relief. Thats a whole other bag of engineering.::
(21:43:22) TAC_2LT_Randen: :: Checks the locker holding some of the handheld weapons on the ship. It's locked with no signs of tampering. He unlocks the locker with his code and checks them out. Nothing is missing. He repeats for all the lockers in the armory room one by one. Satisfied that all is well here, he resumes his rounds to the next armory on the ship. ::
(21:43:22) NAV_Cdr_Harper: CO: Normal space achieved, target system reached, drift.... just under 3 AU.
(21:43:40) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: marvels at the massive star dominating the viewer ::
(21:43:48) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: ENG: That star's a bit larger than Sol, anyway.
(21:45:16) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: NAV: Nicely done. Take us to Herschel station.
(21:45:33) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: CO: The calculations would require modification. ::Gives a cheerful shrug.::
(21:46:01) NAV_Cdr_Harper: CO: Aye, sir. :: jaunts into a brief warp flight toward the science station that studies the massive star ::
(21:46:11) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: CSO: Hail the station, Commander.
(21:46:55) CSO_LCdr_Wright: CO: What are our intentions, Sir? Rendezvous, dock...?
(21:48:10) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: CSO: Rendezvous for now, but I don't mean the dockmaster. Get me their CO.
(21:48:11) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: turns her head to listen to Wright ::
(21:49:32) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: half-listens to the conversation as she works on various notes for future reference ::
(21:50:12) CSO_LCdr_Wright: CO: Aye, Sir. *HS* Herschel station, this is USS Atlantis on approach for rendezvous. Commanding officer Vice-Admiral Ian Blackthorne wishes to speak with your CO. Please advise.
(21:50:55) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HS Ops> *Atlantis* Stand b- wait, did you say an Admiral? Crap, one second.
(21:51:17) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: chokes back a giggle ::
(21:51:33) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: eyebrow ::
(21:52:17) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HS Ops> *Atlantis* Alright, I have Lt. Commander Keaton for you.
(21:53:20) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: turns :: CO: Herschel Station's CO Lt. Commander Keaton on the line, Sir.
(21:53:25) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: CSO: On screen.
(21:53:45) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: complies, the viewscreen changing to show... ::
(21:54:10) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HCO_LCdr_Keaton> *Atlantis* Sir! We certainly weren't expecting an Admiral and a flagship to respond to our request.
(21:55:03) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: smiles, chuckles, and lies :: *Keaton* We were in the neighborhood. So, you have a bit of a ... bug problem? How did that even happen?
(21:55:35) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: notes the lie and wonders, but says nothing ::
(21:55:53) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: is now fully listening ::
(21:56:45) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HCO_LCdr_Keaton> :: sighs, embarrassed :: They were in an experiment delivered to us, which opened in the shipping container, and they all got out...
(21:57:27) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Is interested in the mention of bugs. Bug is a broad description.::
(21:57:34) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: thinks back to her etymology courses... how big of a problem this is all depends on what kind of bug... ::
(21:57:52) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HCO_LCdr_Keaton> *Atlantis* We can't just start venting atmosphere in the infested sections, either, since we'd lose so many experiments.
(21:58:06) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: totally meant entymology ::
(21:58:33) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: *Keaton* What... kind of bugs, Commander?
(21:58:35) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: actually totally meant entomology ::
(21:59:19) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: begins thinking ahead on how they would assist in this sort of situation ::
(21:59:22) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HCO_LCdr_Keaton> *Atlantis* Well, I suppose they're closest to bees, sir.
(22:00:14) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: *Keaton* Bees, right. I knew I had to come check this one out in person.
(22:00:30) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: CSO: Most interesting.
(22:01:08) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HCO_LCdr_Keaton> :: dares to joke :: *Atlantis* Well, if I had requested an official flag visit, I doubt you would have come.
(22:01:23) CSO_LCdr_Wright left the room (quit: Connection closed).
(22:02:23) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: chuckles :: *Keaton* Probably true. Send us everything you have on these... bees, and we'll take some scans from out here, and see what we can do.
(22:03:07) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HCO_LCdr_Keaton> Aye sir, we will. And hurry, please. The forcefields keep them out but we've lost access to most of the station.
(22:03:55) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: *Keaton* We will. Atlantis out.
(22:04:13) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: after an ancient race's technologically-advanced library offering experiences more realistic than a holodeck, she can't help but find such an odd space station infestation rather...mundane ::
(22:04:27) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HCO_LCdr_Keaton> ;: motions to cut the comm but it doesn't cut for a few minutes, and there's a few extra lines of chatter that can be overheard, such as "yes, that's definitely a goddamn Sovereign class" ::
(22:05:06) CSO_LCdr_Wright [] entered the room.
(22:05:22) mode (+v CSO_LCdr_Wright) by CO_VAdmBlackthorne
(22:05:52) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: refrains from laughing at this very serious matter :: CO: Approaching the station.
(22:06:20) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: NAV: Bring us alongside and set up stationkeeping at 10km.
(22:06:56) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: lifts an eyebrow at the line about the Sovereign class. Quite an odd phrase, considering that Sovereigns are not new in the fleet ::
(22:08:51) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: looks to Blackthorne ::
(22:09:12) CSO_LCdr_Wright: CO: With your permission, Sir, I'd like to request more information on these insects. Bees of various species exhibit very different behaviors and pose different risks...
(22:09:55) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: pulls the Atlantis alongside the old K-class station, and parks at 10km :: CO: We are in position.
(22:10:20) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Has several ideas... most of which involve open space in some way, but does have a few ideas he has to brew over. Not often you have to fight bees in space near one of the largest stars in the galaxy.::
(22:10:35) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: looks back to T'Kirr, then to Wright :: They'll be sending us what they have, but take some scans in the meantime.
(22:11:10) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: nods to Blackthorne, then to Wright, assuming she overheard ::
(22:11:21) CSO_LCdr_Wright: CO: Aye, Sir. :: begins scanning the station for ALL lifesigns and biomass ::
(22:11:26) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: All: While you are all dealing with this, Captain T'Kirr and I will be taking a short trip to Earth to take care of a matter.
(22:11:57) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: turns around, surprised, to see if he's serious ::
(22:12:02) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: the eyebrow lifts again ::
(22:12:05) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: NAV: Commander, you have the conn, and have this resolved by the time we return.
(22:12:38) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: turns away from her console :: CO: Aye sir, we will.
(22:13:12) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Raises an eyebrow for a moment, before thinking about bees.::
(22:13:50) CSO_LCdr_Wright: CO/XO: Have a safe journey.
(22:14:20) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: All: I trust you can all handle this matter, so we'll see you soon. :: looks to T'Kirr ::
(22:14:32) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: stands expectantly, looking forward to quite a story when they return ::
(22:15:17) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: nods her goodbye to Wright, ready to follow Blackthorne ::
(22:15:38) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: CSO: Thank you, Commander. NAV: Break a leg, Kate. :: exits to the TL ::
(22:16:01) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Nods.:: CO: Of course Admiral. And the old girl will be spotless when you return, with a good space polish. ::Pats the console.::
(22:16:07) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: moves to TL ::
(22:16:17) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: ENG: She'd better be! :: as the doors close ::
(22:16:26) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: directs the TL to their quarters ::
(22:17:15) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: looks back at the center seat, decides to stay at her console for now ::
(22:18:09) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Laughs, finding the way he said it reminiscent of the way he once would.:: Self: Touché
(22:18:13) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: XO: So you're packed already?
(22:18:26) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: returns to her note taking and also looks over various bee studies. She is not familiar with the insect, and thus, needs to check into it ::
(22:18:28) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: as they exit the TL into their quarters ::
(22:20:24) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: enters their quarters :: CO: Yes, I am prepared.
(22:20:51) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: XO: Good, me too. :: grabs the duffel and shoulders it, then picks a couple of books from the shelf ::
(22:21:48) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: it having been a while since she's been in command, she thinks a moment about how to divvy up the problem :: CSO: What are the scans showing?
(22:22:06) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: All: So... we have a bee problem....
(22:22:11) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: tosses one book on the bed, then picks another from the shelf and stacks it with the other ::
(22:22:47) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: looks at the scan results :: NAV: Well. According to these scans, there appears to be a little shy of a hundred thousand insectoid lifeforms on the station. They're kind of everywhere, but they seem to be swarming near power junctions and generators.
(22:23:29) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: goes to the desk, checking for any last communiques on the computer ::
(22:23:33) NAV_Cdr_Harper: A hundred thousand.
(22:24:11) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: blinks. That's a significant number of insects, and a significant problem ::
(22:24:13) CSO_LCdr_Wright: NAV: Not quite, but close. It's a very large colony.
(22:25:04) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: stands as the stationkeeping protocol is automatic :: Bridge: That is a lot of bees. Ideas that will spare their experiments?
(22:26:27) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: taps off the computer and goes to the bed and picks up her bag ::
(22:26:29) CSO_LCdr_Wright: Sequester a controlled number of creatures and beam the rest into space?
(22:26:40) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: leaves the one book on the bed and puts one back on the shelf, the trip not being toooooo long ::
(22:27:02) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: thinks on that :: NAV: As they seem attracted to power sources, if we were to shut off all power to those areas and then activate a single power source in a confined cargo bay, the insects would feasibly go towards that power source, thus trapping them in the cargo bay, which could then be sealed off and the bees transported into their containers. ::
(22:27:02) SCI_LtJG_TLira: thinks on that idea again and then wonders if they would all fit in a cargo bay ::
(22:27:20) NAV_Cdr_Harper: CTO: I do not think the transporters can lock on to that many tiny organisms, correct?
(22:27:25) CTO_Maj_Wolfe: NAV: What if we beamed the experiments aboard Atlantis, depressurized, repressurized, and then beamed the experiments back?
(22:27:36) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Ponders about boring the crew with the tale of the Xindi younglings.
(22:28:01) NAV_Cdr_Harper: SCI: If they are attracted to power, that seems feasible. CTO: If the transport would not damage the integrity of their science, that is probably the fastest.
(22:29:16) CTO_Maj_Wolfe: NAV: I would suggest finding out with Lieutenant Commander Keaton. He would know.
(22:29:19) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: XO: Ready to go?
(22:29:45) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: takes one last sweep of the room from her position and nods :: CO: I'm ready.
(22:30:02) CSO_LCdr_Wright: NAV: Shall I ask their CO if that's a viable option?
(22:30:08) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: XO: Let's go. :: heads out with her to the TL, directing it to the shuttlebay ::
(22:31:14) NAV_Cdr_Harper: CSO: Yes, find that out. If it is possible then that will be quick and relatively easy.
(22:32:27) CSO_LCdr_Wright: *HS* Atlantis to Herschel Station. Are your experiments sensitive to transport, or can they be safely beamed?
(22:33:36) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HS Ops> *Atlantis* Some aren't, but many are. We can get you an inventory of what can be beamed if you like?
(22:33:49) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: NAV: We may need to jury rig up some powered baiting units. We once did a similar thing with a Truscun antelope from near Gorn, to bait some Xindi-Insectoid hatchings.
(22:34:51) NAV_Cdr_Harper: ENG/SCI: Perhaps a combination of those ideas, using power as the bait?
(22:35:09) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: picks out a shuttle and boards it ::
(22:35:27) CSO_LCdr_Wright: *HS* That would be helpful, if you can include locations. If the items that can't be beamed are stored together, I think we can work with that.
(22:36:02) NAV_Cdr_Harper: ::: wonders what an antelope and Gorn have to do with anything ::
(22:36:04) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: thinks ahead to their destination as she sets her bag into a compartment for flight and begins prepping the shuttle ::
(22:36:18) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: looks over at Ilaihr for confirmation that the ideas may work together ::
(22:36:37) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: takes the pilot's seat, and powers up the shuttle, sealing the hatch ::
(22:38:33) CSO_LCdr_Wright: All: That may work, but we have to be prepared for some agitation when we make changes to the power.
(22:38:45) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Looks over to T'Lira and nods.:: SCI: We should be able to direct them to where we require. By switching on and off main power drives to direct them quickly, then by beaming in smaller power units more finely control and confine them
(22:38:49) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: *Bridge* Shuttlecraft Naiad, requesting departure clearance.
(22:39:01) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: settles into the Ops seat and checks the systems ::
(22:39:42) CSO_LCdr_Wright: *CO* Shuttlecraft Naiad, you are clear to depart. We look forward to your safe return, Sirs.
(22:39:56) SCI_LtJG_TLira: ENG: That would potentially work, yes, if they are inclined to follow the power flow, which seems highly plausible with their current behavior patterns.
(22:40:29) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: *CSO* As do we, Commander. Naiad out. :: lifts the shuttle off the floor and nudges her out of the bay ::
(22:40:40) CSO_LCdr_Wright: SCI: If their young are in a specific area, they may be reluctant to leave them.
(22:41:30) SCI_LtJG_TLira: CSO: That does seem to be a common species trait. However, it may be that it would thin out the numbers in those areas quite significantly.
(22:41:44) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: SCI: I can imagine a configuration where we may be able to temporarily confine them in a grid of them based around a main focal point. They may see it as a moment glutton, and be confined by their own primitive drive... for a time.
(22:41:54) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: takes a moment to appreciate Ian behind the conn, a place he thrives ::
(22:42:18) SCI_LtJG_TLira: ENG: Indeed, and in that time we may be able to confine them with forcefields.
(22:42:20) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: :: sets a course for Earth and engages the warp drive, and the Naiad zips away :::
(22:42:29) CSO_LCdr_Wright: SCI: True. We may be able to beam out remnant biomass, assuming they've built structures like planetary bees.
(22:43:09) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: nods in response and pulls up the necessary programs to run simulations for the potential outcomes, inputting what behavioral patterns she knows of ::
(22:43:50) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Laughs aloud.:: All: Hanzel and Gretel! ::Laughs a little again.::
(22:43:52) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: watches the Naiad go to warp on sensors :: NAV: Blackthorne and T'Kirr's shuttle is en route and on course to exit the system.
(22:44:28) SCI_LtJG_TLira: :: Ilaihr's reference has gone totally over her head ::
(22:44:31) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: XO: 640 light years, not too far a trip, but time to relax nonetheless.
(22:44:52) NAV_Cdr_Harper: CSO: Thank you, Commander.
(22:45:04) CSO_LCdr_Wright: :: looks at Ilaihr in mild surprise at his knowledge of an ancient Earth folk tale ::
(22:45:12) NAV_Cdr_Harper: :: sits back down at the helm :: All: If we can isolate the areas containing delicate experiments, we can use all three plans together.
(22:45:35) XO_Capt_TKirr: :: relaxes a little into her chair back :: CO: Indeed.
(22:45:35) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: All: But it's like we're building the gingerbread house around them.
(22:46:31) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr: ::Spins around to his console, all mad scientist like, a starts concocting a basic idea for the smaller devices.::
(22:47:30) TAC_2LT_Randen: :: Smiles as he makes it to the last armory. He resumes his work, checking all the lockers. Making sure they are fully stocked, locked and not messed with. ::
(22:47:50) CSO_LCdr_Wright: *HS* Can you confirm the area in which the sensitive experiments are located, Herschel Station?
(22:48:42) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HS Ops> *CSO* To be honest, I can't really recommend beaming any of these, except for maybe three of them...
(22:49:39) CSO_LCdr_Wright: *HS* That's fine, but can you specify the locations of your experiments so we can isolate that area?
(22:50:06) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: HS Ops> *CSO* Sending the data now.
(22:50:43) NAV_Cdr_Harper: All: Work together to devise a plan to move the majority of the insects to a cargo bay and we will proceed from there.
(22:50:45) CSO_LCdr_Wright: *HS* Thank you, station, we'll review and get back to you. Please advise if you need assistance in the meantime.
(22:51:25) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: PAUSE SIM
(22:51:26) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: PAUSE SIM
(22:51:27) CO_VAdmBlackthorne: PAUSE SIM
(22:54:52) ENG_LtJG_Ilaihr left the room.
(22:55:51) CTO_Maj_Wolfe left the room.
(22:56:08) XO_Capt_TKirr left the room.
(22:58:00) TAC_2LT_Randen left the room.
(23:01:21) SCI_LtJG_TLira left the room (quit: Quit: ).