Roberts Space Industries
All RSI communications

COMM-LINK

post
The Lost Generation: Issue #10
109
Posted: 2013-03-21 11:00:54

The airlock inside Nagia’s hummed as it began to pressurize. Tonya got a good look at wreckage of the other airlock, the one he tried to use to board the Beacon II…

post
The Lost Generation: Issue #9
62
Posted: 2013-03-14 11:00:26

Four walls. Four dull grey walls. Tonya wouldn’t expect a holding cell to be inviting, but she was beginning to see how criminals would take QuarterDeck rather than a prison…

post
The Lost Generation: Issue #8
40
Posted: 2013-03-07 11:57:58

Violet probably wasn’t a happy color…

post
The Lost Generation: Issue #7
61
Posted: 2013-02-28 11:39:42

If the gravity on Oso II weren’t so crushing, Tonya would have been doing some crushing of her own. On Senzen. With a rock or heavy stick…

post
The Lost Generation: Issue #6
64
Posted: 2013-02-21 11:10:09

Tonya sat quietly in the pilot’s chair. She wasn’t piloting though. The ship maneuvered on its own as the system screens cycled through minute engine and power adjustments…

post
The Lost Generation: Issue #5
120
Posted: 2013-02-14 11:10:01

Nothing. Not even darkness. Darkness requires space, a void of a light, to exist. This is the space between quiet circuits. Here there is no time. There is nothing…

post
The Lost Generation: Issue #4
54
Posted: 2013-02-07 11:10:07

Tonya took Melvin Hartley Jr. out to lunch. The old man looked like he needed it…

post
The Lost Generation: Issue #3
56
Posted: 2013-01-31 10:10:26

Tonya stormed down the hall with Senzen strolling along after her. The Shubin employees got out of her way…

post
The Lost Generation: Issue #2
60
Posted: 2013-01-24 10:10:11

The Artemis.

Launched in 2232, it was a generational ship of five thousand souls in cryostasis pushing toward GJ 667Cc with Janus, an AI Core, at the helm. It was humanity’s first expedition to the stars. Shortly after passing from our solar system into unknown space, we lost contact.

post
The Lost Generation: Issue #1
81
Posted: 2013-01-17 10:10:19

Thunder crashed over the roar of heavy engines. The stench of diesel and scorched earth saturated the atmosphere. The driller’s break was just about over…