LATEST COMMUNICATION LOGS FROM OKULOUS-10, RECEIVED VIA SITE E5R.
E5R LOG 00
ESTABLISHING CONNECTION….
ESTABLISHING CONNECTION….
ESTABLISHING CONNECTION….
OKULOUS-10 LINK ESTABLISHED.
CONFIRMING SITE….SITE E5 RECEIVING.
CONFIRMING SIGNAL….RECEIVING TEXT ONLY.
BROADCAST UNAVAILABLE.
E5R LOG 01
Alexandra Boldt here, Communications Specialist for OKULOUS-10, waking from zombie sleep. Groggy. Other crew members awake before me. Muscular atrophy. Hope it goes away soon. A few hours to walk to communications. Protocol 010: Communications.
E5R LOG 02
Ship Status reporting, all systems functional. Except….we can’t receive signals from Earth. Text broadcast only. Hopefully COMMAND is receiving this. We will broadcast daily. Update on crew tomorrow. Muscular atrophy still impeding most actions.
E5R LOG 03
More issues with ship systems. Temperature control, unable to maintain constant temperature within the ship. Too cold. All crew using blankets to keep warm. Probably due to continuing support for zombie sleep systems. Not all crew members awake yet.
E5R LOG 04
Engine systems good, however unable to confirm our ship’s location. Working on solution. Coordinates database still refreshing. Zombie sleep should be down by now, but it isn’t. This worries me. Three crew still not awake. All other crew awake and healthy.
E5R LOG 05
Need Anders to wake from zombie sleep to fix temperature control systems. In such cold, can’t reduce muscular atrophy. Anders would know how to fix. Others and myself looked through heating, but appears too complicated. Average ship temp 54 degF.
E5R LOG 06
Coordinates database still refreshing. Should have refreshed by now. Can’t access any historical logs. Allison Mishings woke from sleep today. Two remaining, including Anders. Vitals appear normal, still concerned. They should be awake by now.
E5R LOG 07
Heating systems connected to zombie sleep capsules. Unless Anders and Foley wake, ship stays cold. Anders’ vitals falling. Worried about him. Foley’s okay. Average ship temperature continues to drop, roughly half of a degree every 22 hours, now 51 degF.