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NSAD, The Nation Space Aeronautics Department has released the plans to fund, and develop the InterGal Probes, to explore a possiblity of life on the Red Giant, in the form of Jovian fish. The remarkable probes, one a deep planet explorer, the other a stationary satellite, will take pictures of the red planet, collect samples and blast them back to earth, all in order to gain a better understanding of the Red Giant, Jupiter.

 

It will take several Decades to get the project up to spec. Launch date is set for late April, early May.

 

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InterGal 1, the Geo-Stationary Satellite.

 

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InterGal 2, The Deep Planet Explorer.

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Thank you for kindly accepting our offer. Although not familiar with constructing such high-tech deepspace probes, we do have some knowledge when it comes to launches objects into space. Uranium mining being our strongest economic sector, we could develop a miniature nuclear drive. The Zuidhaven Institute of Technology has been working on a Nuclear photonic rocket for quite some time now. Would this interest you?

 

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The Imperial Council assumes that Upper Strathclyde will take the proper course of action and make sure that the orbiter will be properly decontaminated and aligned in orbit around Jupiter so it will not pose any risk to the Galilean moons?

 

As stated in several scientific articles, the moons are a potential cradle for extra-terrestrial life to develop, especially on Europa, our namesake moon. Introduction of Earth-Borne bacteria would most likely cause the developing ecosystems (if there are any) to collapse from contamination.

 

The Council would like to ask the government of Upper Strathclyde to take this into consideration while preparing for this mission.

 

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NSAD has launched the TAMS II Vehicle, carrying the 2 Orbital Devices that will search for Jovian Fish on Jupiter. There was a minor engine malfunction on launch, but it is not expected to deviate the vehicle from its course. We will keep Europa Apprised of all info, and super critical Information will be shared with our venture partners at Orioni.

 

 

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UPDATE

 

 

 

Strange readings from InterGal 1. There are reports of below average Thermal and pressure levels in the middle areas, just north of the 'Red Spot' of jupiter. This could be an area habitable for Jovian creatures. InterGal 2 will be dispatched as soon as we are done taking radiation readings. It is looking good so far.

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