In Part 49, Caslaikove told about advancements in high speed space travel. Armed with this new technology, Terlokya sent a ship to the planet Seth in the neighboring solar system of Hastin. There’s more from Caslaikove below, or you can go straight to saviorproject.blogspot.com/ .
02/04/14, Earth Time: 06:00 AM, EST, Tuesday – The Story of Terlokya – Exploration
Greetings and salutations. Caslaikove here. Last week I wrote about how Kesmar pushed developers to discover faster ways to travel in space. Success was achieved. The planet Terlokya resides in the Eck solar system. The planet Qanzazini, also located in the Eck solar system in a further orbit than Terlokya, was targeted for exploration and provided a perfect test for the two forms of space travel; the older but much improved Magnetic Field Realignment or MFR technology and the new higher speed Split Magnetic Field Travel or SMFT. Past attempts to reach Qanzazini using the older version of MFR, yielded a wealth of knowledge by sending exploratory spacecraft to the planet to check for the necessary environment to support life. For years, Terlokya knew Qanzazini could support life, but it took many months to travel there. Now MFR speeds could get Terlokyans to Qanzazini in a little over a month. Scientists were curious as to how fast SMFT speeds could get ships to the planet.
On the initial test of sending an exploratory spacecraft to the planet, four ships were used. Two ships were called the ‘splitters’ that carried special launchers for the plutonium-239 to create the explosions thus splitting the magnetic fields. Only one ship is required, but if upon reaching their destination and the splitter ship was damaged, a backup ship was necessary for the return. The other two ships were the exploratory ships. The initial launching was a success and all four ships slipped through the Split Magnetic Field. However, on the other end of the magnetic field near Qanzazini, only three of the ships arrived. The backup ‘splitter’ ship did not arrive with the other three. But when the backup ship was hailed on radio, they responded saying that they traveled safely through the split but ended up further out in space near the next planet of the solar system, Saysone, a small airless planet. It seems that there was a problem with Split Magnetic Field Travel.
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