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Kim: There's no response.
TORRES: It's too soon. Remember, we have no idea how long it takes to reach the other side
Janeway: Are you reading anything, Mister Tuvok?
Tuvok: Negative Captain. There is nothing that would suggest a response.
CHAKOTAY: Even if someone receives our signal, it might take them some time to figure out how to return it.
JANEWAY: You're right. Janeway to Kim. Continue transmitting.
KIM [OC]: Aye Captain.
KIM: How long shall we keep it up?
JANEWAY (over comm): Until I tell you otherwise.
JANEWAY: You have the bridge, Commander.
JANEWAY: Mister Tuvok.
Tuvok: I'm getting something, Captain.
PARIS: I'm getting it too. A subspace signal relayed through the probe.
Tuvok: That signal is being transmitted at exactly the same frequency and amplitude as our signal. It's a response. Someone received our transmission and sent one back, and their signal originated in the... Alpha Quadrant.
Captain's log, supplemental. Encouraged by his success in transmitting a signal to the Alpha Quadrant, Mister Kim is investigating the possibility of establishing a voice link with whoever is at the other end of the wormhole.
JANEWAY: Come in... Kes, this is a surprise.
Kes: Am I interrupting?
Janeway: Not at all. I was just going to have a cup of soup. Would you like anything?
KES: Ah, spinach juice with a touch of pear, please. Tom Paris introduced me to it, it's very nutritious.
JANEWAY: I'm sure. Computer, one spinach juice with a touch of pear and one cup of vegetable bouillon. What can I do for you?
KES: If there were a member of the crew whose needs weren't being met, would you want to know about it?
Janeway: Of course. Kes, do you and Neelix feel that your needs are being ignored?
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