Lectrac Duro Notes

Field notes: Black Fox
Test: D-31
Results: Hyperspace effect holds. High-Mass normalspace objects properly affecting. Unit ready for full integration into ship.
Other Notes: Discovered derelict ship in asteroid belt, sent crews to investigate. Some kind of freighter, much larger on inside than outside. Brought it back, will begin studying it once .5 speed can be sustainably achieved with the drive
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Field notes: Epsilon One
Test: A-4
Results: Removal of Crystals intact, however, sudden reduction in size of interior caused personnel loss. Resulted in a crystal being dropped, destroyed. Disappointing.
Other Notes: Analysis of Crystals show unique properties, likely impossible to replicate. Contractor mentions some functionality regarding size modification on Primary Computer has locked. Attached his notes as well.
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Field notes: Epsilon Two
Test: Prime-1
Results: Extra spatial bubble collapse at 10s. Light absorption at 93%
Other Notes: Re-purposing spatial bubble generation successful. Theorize that proper extension could allow masking against sensor sweeps, of Cronau radiation. Still require proper controller, more crystals. Acquisition of Force-sensitives for controller difficult, still unable to find source for proper crystals. Reacquisition of original materials preferable. BLOC agents admirable in acquisition of subjects for controller experiments, perhaps further alliance would prove useful.
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Field notes: Epsilon Two
Test: B-6
Results: Exterior hull breached at 3.5s, Interior extra-spatial bubble collapsed at 3.7, Controller module burnt out at 2.8s. Additional personnel loss negligible.
Other Notes: Continued slow progress frustrating. Shell strut construction solid, initial generation of spatial bubble stable. Replication of control module problematic, controllers expiration and rarity prevent additional, useful testing. Fortunate that failure does not seem to harm struts or equipment. Attached vital signs for Controller. Cross reference with Contractors’s notes on pad interaction, perhaps useful information on machine-to-organic interaction. Should move portions of experiments to different locations, volatility of bubble generation suits in-atmosphere base.
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Lectrac Duro Notes

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