Quantum Vibe
Strip 239 of Quantum Vibe
Today on Quantum Vibe: Jacques De Molay Spaceport
Strip 239 - Click strip above to goto the next strip.
First Seen: Thu 2011-11-17
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Sci-Fi Adventure Monday & Thursday.
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Transcript For Strip 239

Panel 1
The view of Aldrinopolis from 10 miles up – nestled in Crater Taruntius, a large, old, fairly shallow crater flanked by low mountains, covered with a currently-transparent dome, through which the towers of the central city can be prominently seen.
Caption: Aldrinopolis, population 1.5 million, resides in the 56-km-wide Crater Taruntius, under a plasmo-graphene dome which contains its air at a comfortable pressure and temperature.

Panel 2
A schematic view of the same city and crater, showing connecting underground transportation lines, and the spaceport just outside the crater.
Caption: The city is an important trade center for other, smaller communities in the region, and is home to OmegaTek, Jones-Hardesty Spacewrights, and the second-busiest spaceport on Luna.

Panel 3
The shuttle touches down on the tarmac near a spaceport terminal.
Caption: On an average day, Jacques de Molay Spaceport transports more than 17,000 metric tonnes of dry goods, and 6500 human and android passengers.
Panel 4
Nicole and Seamus still in their seats in the passenger cabin. Nicole is looking antsy.
Caption: Some of them get a bit cranky.
Nicole: We've been on the ground for 10 minutes already! When do we get off this tub?

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