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Space Cruiser Excelsior
Destination: Sector 656233e, Starfield-Beta system
~~ TELEMETRY DATA WITHHELD ~~
Stardate Epsilon Gamma 24 Epsilon
AUTO TELEMETRY: DOWN
BIO-MED SENSORS: OFF
H20->FUEL CONVERSION: WARN
H2O RESERVES: GOOD
CRYO SLEEP: GOOD

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Corporal Sam Arnold, Systems Administrator
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Oh Gods, it's been so long since I read the QEC. 3 year units, in fact.

After the relations disaster that was the Malkonkordo encounter, I entered 
evasive maneuvers when the ship detected enemies in the vicinity. This 
includes, amongst other things, turning off biomed sensors and kicking the fuel 
conversion into overdrive. I kept this up until the enemies seemed to 
disappear. A manual verification confirmed that the enemies had, in fact, left 
the area. Meanwhile, we were only a few sectors away from our target planet.

I decided to check the QEC, only to find that Dekaoso Prime had fallen, and the 
Malkonkordo suddenly didn't care about destroying me. Following Dekaoso Prime's 
final warning, I left the teletry data withheld, preventing my location from 
being found. I also managed to get the ship to tell me where we were going, 
although I left the location as vague as possible in my report, again to avoid 
detection. Sector 656233e, of the Starfield-Beta system, has many viable 
planets and may be the new home-system for Terrans. Most of the planets don't 
seem to have much in the way of intelligent life -- or, rather, life that is 
intelligent in the way Terrans are -- which makes a landing almost risk-free.

For once, we might be going somewhere.

~~TRANSMISSION END~~