Today on Quantum Vibe: Fifty million kalikams
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First Seen: Mon 2017-07-17
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page
Exterior view of the Space Cruiser Ha'arokk at warp. 'Present-Murphy' narrates from a cameo.
P-Murphy: But I've gotten far ahead of Eithne's story. Some 200 megaseconds earlier, she and Ralf were ...
Ralf (from ship): Two hundred seconds from perimeter.
Eithne (from ship): How much farther do we go in normal space?
Ralf and Eithne seated at the command console aboard the cruiser. Their bruises have healed and they're wearing new clothes.
Ralf: Five million kalikams, approximately.
Eithne: That's … 725 gigameters, approximately.
Eithne: If we come in 'hot' this cruiser c an get us there in about 11 kilosecs.
Ralf is getting up from his seat.
Ralf: That's some hard decelerating.
Ralf: But someone might mistake us for hostiles and shoot holes in us.
Ralf: Care for another cup of guovett?