New Earth

?In this galaxy, there's a mathematical probability of three million earth-type planets. And in all of the universe, three million million galaxies like this. And in all of that, and perhaps more, only one of each of us.? ? Dr. Leonard H. McCoy

During the first five year mission of the USS Enterprise under the command of Captain Kirk, the ship encountered a number of Earth-like planets. These planets were so similar to Earth in geological and anthropological development that Starfleet classified their existence, restricting the knowledge to the upper echelons of the fleet on a need-to-know basis. Starfleet knew that if the existence of such planets became known to the general populous, it would cause panic, fear, and doubt in the very uniqueness of humanity.

Recently, the Federation scout ship Bermes reported encountering one such planet in the Sierra 129 starsystem. Shortly after their initial report, the Bermes disappeared and was not heard from again. Starfleet urgently recalled the USS Tethys, believing that her commander, Commander Iluvar, was best suited to the mission. With her orders sealed, the Tethys prepares to depart Starbase 165 on course for Sierra 129. What she will find upon arrival remains a mystery.

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Start Date   Sunday, August 10th, 2008 @ 08:00pm
End Date   Wednesday, September 17th, 2008 @ 08:00pm
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09.25.08 @ 7:16pm Released to Duty Lieutenant Commander Michael Evans & Lieutenant JG Logan Banks
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09.20.08 @ 6:16am What is it? Lieutenant Commander Michael Evans
09.19.08 @ 6:32pm Calming Down Commander Earlond & Rear Admiral Iluvar
09.19.08 @ 6:32pm New Threats Commander Earlond & Rear Admiral Iluvar