<< BACK TO RS001 LOG Captain Valeria reporting. Our journey aboard the Interzone continues through the vast tapestry of the cosmos. We sail among the stars, charting new territories and exploring uncharted realms. As we traverse the celestial sea, the crew's spirits remain high, fueled by the infinite wonders that surround us. Today marked a unique encounter. In our celestial meandering, we stumbled upon a temporal anomaly that briefly transported us to an era long past. It was a space-time ripple that whispered echoes of Earth's Renaissance, a time when minds soared as high as the stars we now navigate. As we emerged from the anomaly, the ship's sensors detected an artifact floating in the cosmic currents. To our astonishment, it was a holographic representation of the Mona Lisa, the enigmatic masterpiece created by Leonardo Da Vinci on Earth centuries ago. How this relic found its way into the cosmic currents remains a mystery. Intrigued, I ordered a temporary halt to our exploratory mission, allowing the crew to marvel at this cosmic convergence of art and science. The Mona Lisa, suspended in the weightlessness of space, seemed to gaze upon the galaxies with the same mysterious smile that has captivated Earthbound souls for generations. Wondering what secrets she keeps. In the spirit of curiosity that defines our intergalactic odyssey, I summoned our resident art historian, Lieutenant Helena, to shed light on this unexpected encounter. She theorized that the temporal anomaly might have plucked the Mona Lisa from Earth's timeline, weaving it into the fabric of our journey. As we marveled at this cosmic masterpiece, I couldn't help but reflect on the timeless connection between art and exploration. Da Vinci himself, a visionary of his time, once mused about the intersection of art and science. His sketches of flying machines and anatomical studies were the echoes of a mind that sought to transcend earthly limitations. Our encounter with the Mona Lisa serves as a poignant reminder that the pursuit of knowledge, be it through the cosmos or the canvas, transcends the boundaries of time and space. The crew now returns to the helm, our trajectory set once more toward the unknown. The Mona Lisa, a silent observer of our celestial voyage, fades into the cosmic tapestry as we resume our journey, eager to unravel the mysteries that lie ahead. Captain Valeria, signing off.