OKULOUS-10 launched with a very special mission objective: explore space beyond the Kuiper Belt, Pluto, and the extend of our known solar system – farther than any satellite launched into space.
The crew of 25 will be waking from zombie sleep – a kind of cryo-sleeping equivalent intended to keep their bodies safely preserved – once OKULOUS-10 reaches its programmed destination. Their first mission protocol requires them to transmit the status of the crew and the OKULOUS-10 spacecraft. Starting on September 10th, 2018, at 10am EST, their mission updates will be transmitted daily.
To stay up to date with OKULOUS-10 and its crew, be sure to follow @okulous10 for daily updates on their mission as they document their discoveries of space beyond our current understanding of the mysterious colossal blackness.
I’m super excited about this project and there’s so much in store for it. I hope readers will enjoy it as much as I’ve enjoyed writing the content for OKULOUS-10. I also want to extend a big thanks to GrahamTG for allowing me to use his artwork for this writing project. It would not be possible without him.