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Printed from https://www.Writing.Com/view/2203668
by K.HBey
Rated: E · Fiction · Sci-fi · #2203668
The spacecraft lost the direction and there is no one from the crew who can fix it.
The captain Garry Charles is leading the Spacecraft "Challenge 07". The crew is composed of 20 technicians, 02 Engineers, 02astrophysicists, a pilot, a copilot and the captain.
Their mission is to investigate about black holes. Andre is an astrophysicist and he thinks that when the old stars (planets) are deteriorated and exploded, they become dust.
The black holes are in fact the black matter which emanates from stars dust. But he does not arrive to understand whether or not there is a recycled black matter process.This is the issue of his present research.
The captain says: "Mark, come on in the cockpit urgently please!" Mark is the engineer. He says: "OK! Just a minute and I will be there".
The captain says: "the spacecraft is losing the direction. What is the matter?" Mark replies: "I will see this soon Captain". After five minutes Mark says: "The automatic direction has stopped. It cannot be fixed because it needs a new battery. You should use manual direction instead. You need a professional cartographer, Captain. Otherwise our spacecraft will be wandering within the space". "But no one is cartographer among the crew". The captain replies. Then he calls Andre: "Andre, can you come quickly please". Andre: "OK!".The captain's features show a certain anxiety. His arms are crossed behind his back and he says: "Andre you are the only one I can trust. I am a metis. I am the human and the alien too. I will use my alien virtues to save our spacecraft but want you to simulate that you are the one who saved it". Andre becomes numbed and his trembling limbs are unable to bear his corpse. He is about to fall when he regains complete consciousness and tells to the captain: "I deserve such confidence my great friend".

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