Today on Quantum Vibe:
In the wink of an eye
Strip 1051 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Mon 2015-03-16
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page
At the end of the pressurized gangway, Murphy and Nicole climb into the front pair of seats in a 4-seater cockpit.
Murphy: They should have enough lead-time now to reach the rendezvous.
Nicole: Feels kind of odd that we'll be getting there in less than an hour.
External view of the modified boat, in the hangar as the gangway retracts.
Murphy: Most of the time will be spent getting clear of Chaos, then adjusting vectors, then the final approach to PersiphaŽ.
Nicole: Even though I've been to two other star systems and back now, it still feels weird going halfway across our own solar system in the wink of an eye.
A different spacecraft is near an oblong moonlet, with crescent Jupiter in the background.
Maureen: We're in the lee of PersiphaŽ, dropping the EM shield.
Maureen: No indication we've been followed, or tracked.
Li: Let's hope not.
In the cockpit, Maureen and Li.
Maureen: Yeah, it won't be long before the EM shield becomes obsolete as a cloak.
Maureen: It's little use against the improved mass detectors.
Li: True enough. We're becoming the victims of our own success.