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The sun is out again

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by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Intercepted DTTF (deep space technical telemetry forum) transmission
from SOL Engineer 2048~pLog9333241

TRANSCRIPT FOLLOWS

. . . From where I stand, behind the Frenkel Line of gaseous clouds of Saturn,
there are only hazy rays making their way to the sky.

I read the L-SOL with only two-point-nine-one
ten-to-the-ten and last burst of energy plasma ejected a grey brilliance.

Can we boost the helium-oxygen mix again,
like we did in first Quaternary Glaciation to maintain that yellow hue?

Look. Any more hydrogen and we will lose
hydrostatic equilibrium and belay the fusion core and – (static) –

I’m not gonna be the one to tell – (static) – Hey, you can’t  – (static) –
No. I get that, but don’t tell me that way the hell out here if we’re gonna – (static) –

It’s already loaded! Yes, you will see more changes in Saturn’s pole tint.
Settings to intersect at Earth zero-eight twenty-one twenty seventeen. Copy that.

Oh, and the – (static) –  eclipse will cover any – (static) –

TRANSMISSION ENDED
SOL Engineer 2048~pLog9333241

Copyright © 1960-2017 Lawrence J. J. Leonard  All rights reserved.

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