As I recall, the Luna wasn't destroyed, only damaged. It suffered an accident that killed a number of engineers, but the ship survived and is now in service.
Isn't Starfleet down two, technically, considering the destruction of the U.S.S Luna, as constantly referenced by Ra-Havreii?
Dammit...I guess focusing on what's being said and comprehending the reading helps, huh?
Vixen. You're silly.
I try, sometimes. You should see me after a few glasses of cider and some sips of wine
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Troi ain't got nothin' on me)
Thanks for the crit. I'm glad you enjoyed it after all.
It was an enjoyable read, but sometimes (unfortunately, during most of the scientific scenes and explanations) I felt my eyes glaze over slightly and felt like I was in my high school science class. But, it was still a great entry into the Titan
series (and much
better than Resistance
Sorry for the jumping around. Some folks like it, some not so much.
authors aren't linear, they're everywhere!
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