Supanova Melbourne

Missy and I travelled south to see our colleagues on the USS Southern Cross also assigned to Region 11 to see them at Supanova, a convention that has events all over Australia, and as you can see from the report from their Commanding Officer, we took them more than a little by surprise.

Anna and Missy with the CO and XO of the USS Southern Cross

The USS Southern Cross dropped out of warp following a protracted and arduous journey. We made orbit around a planet so we could watch a newly formed Supanova in the system of Melbourne. As captain, I had made the decision that I would personally lead this away mission and leave my XO in the centre chair. We would install sensor equipment on the planet to study the effects of a Supanova on this unhabituated planet.

But unbeknownst to myself or any of the Crosses crew. We had visitors hours earlier a Starfleet vessel had already arrived and had made obit on the other side of the planet. The USS Animus had also intercepted the Supanova expedition. But had been summoned away to help with an emergency. The two crewmembers that’s had gone down by shuttle was indeed a welcome surprise once we landed ourselves. They had a long-range shuttle and had also begun to install sensor equipment. I had contacted the USS Animus‘s CO Captian Ross Manuel and informed him that it would be the USS Southern Cross‘s honour to collaborate on this and that we would rendezvous with the USS Animus in forty-eight hours. The Supanova shock wave wasn’t expected for a good nine days. So, Lt Commander AnnaZey thas-Nan and Lt Commander MistHrey ses-Var became guests of the USS Southern Cross.

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Lieutenant Commander AnnaZey thas-Nan