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Genesis of the Thargoids?

Professor Cora Shaw, director of the Palin Institute, has published a paper speculating on the origin of the Thargoids. Extracts from her paper are reprinted below: “Considering the Thargoids’ impact on our civilisation, it is disturbing that we still know so little about them. Information

New Designs from Technology Brokers

A range of new Guardian-inspired modules are now available from the galaxy’s technology brokers. These modules have been developed by the engineer Ram Tah, following his acquisition of data from Guardian sites. Pilots can now purchase a Guardian power distributor, a Guardian FSD booster and

Week in Review

Here are this week’s major stories. Aegis has constructed two megaships, the Acropolis and the Vanguard, to help counter the Thargoid threat. These ships will coordinate anti-Thargoid operations and support independent pilots. Aegis has confirmed that both vessels will periodically relocate to wherever they can

Starport Status Update

This report presents the latest data on starports experiencing technical issues as a result of Thargoid Sensor related interference. The following starports are currently closed: Corte-Real Terminal, 19 Phi-2 Ceti Boe Orbital, Abast Samo Harvey Ring, Gl 606.1 B Meanwhile, the following starports are on

Order Restored in Ross 310

Authorities in the Ross 310 system have confirmed that the conflict between Ross 310 Natural Services and the Ross 310 Cartel has come to an end. Both factions received support from independent combat pilots, to whom generous rewards were promised, but ultimately there could be

Aisling Duval Criticises Aegis

In a public interview, Princess Aisling Duval levelled criticism at Aegis in relation to the ongoing Thargoid conflict. “The people are scared,” she said. “They fear that their way of life – their very existence – might vanish unless more is done to protect them.

Starport Status Update

This report presents the latest data on starports experiencing technical issues as a result of Thargoid Sensor related interference. The following starports are currently closed: Altshuller Port, Monoto Antonelli Station, HR 1201 Asire Arena, Dakondunii Boe Orbital, Abast Samo Corte-Real Terminal, 19 Phi-2 Ceti Hansen

Week in Review

Here are this week’s major stories. Princess Aisling Duval’s comments about Aegis have attracted a measure of support. One Imperial senator suggested that Duval had “correctly gauged the mood of the people”, while another commentator suggested that her comments were a sign of maturity. Meanwhile,

Pirates vs Thargoids?

A new independent report suggests that piracy has declined across occupied space since the return of the Thargoids. Dr Jin Rameer, who runs a socio-political think tank, made the following observations in her report: “Statistics show a significant reduction in piracy and criminal behaviour since

Privateer’s Alliance Campaign Concludes

A spokesperson for the Privateer’s Alliance has announced that its appeal for commodities has been enthusiastically received by the galactic community, resulting in a massive influx of deliveries to Barjavel Station, the organisation’s base of operations. Construction will now begin on a new military installation