STC: Gentlemen Prefer Orions: Chapter 1
March 31, 2269
Although all the members of Calypso’s crew had visited a number of different systems, the sight of the Andorian homeworld with its mother planet as a backdrop behind it was a very impressive one. The primary world, Andor, was an enormous blue gas giant with a ring system that rivalled that of Saturn. Andor’s largest moon, Andoria, was an equally beautiful, blue and white globe.
“Entering standard orbit,” Garadun announced as the Class-P world grew very large on the viewscreen and then began to rotate beneath them.
“That’s a hell of a sight,” Jan Koor remarked. “My first time here.”
“For all of us, I believe,” said Nessa, and got nods of confirmation.
“She’s beautiful, that’s for sure,” Cera remarked admiringly from where she sat in the captain’s chair. She glanced at her cousin. “Would you ag
STC: Federation Graffiti: Chapter 4
Open Space, S.S. Calypso
November 8, 2269
Two days after Calypso’s fateful encounter with the spatial anomaly, things were looking pretty damn bleak. With Jan and Kona lending a helping hand, Cera had managed to get the impulse engines back online. This meant main power was back up, but at full impulse even the nearest star system was decades away. The shields were up and running, and so were the transporters. The gravity plating on D Deck was still out, as were the phasers. Sajeen was trying to repair the broken nacelle on Nautilus. With all the systems needing repair around the ship, Cera hadn’t been available to help.
With impulse restored and Garadun at the helm, they’d taken Calypso in pursuit of their lost nacelle. He manoeuvred the ship into its path and physically brought it to a halt. After that he and Nessa got in their EV suits and lashed it to the ship with cables. Cera joined them in her own suit for an i