Today, we take a short break from posting our usual community news to memorialize Leonard Nimoy, who passed away today at the age of 83.
As Spock, his humanity touched our hearts and our minds equally. He will be missed.
New York Times: “Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek,’ Dies at 83“
Spock and Senate feared dead on suicide mission to prevent armageddon
For the first time in weeks, a feeling of relief has washed across the Federation at warp speed. However, all it has given the Empire is time to grieve those billions lost.
The Hobus supernova has been contained by an artifical singularity. The gravity of the black hole is drawing the subspace shockwave into it, and will end its momentum in the Romulus sector as the largest such black star known this side of the Great Barrier.
Hobus star will go nova “at any moment” – Romulus to be evacuated
The sum of all fears has come to pass: a supernova in local space. The star Hobus, for centuries of recorded history, was a typical mainsequence star in Romulan space, with planets used only for mining. However, in the last few months, the star has transformed, through some unknown process, into the most dangerous object in known space, fuelling fear across the Empire and beyond.