In this short story, aliens come across television broadcasts from an unknown planet to them. Then, they come across a probe from same planet that tells them everything they need to know about this planet and its people. They decide to visit the planet, but when they arrive, not everything is as it seems.
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|Title of Science Fiction eBook: Voyager and the Aliens|
|Release Date: 09-08-2011|
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Voyager and the Aliens
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Voyager and the Aliens
“We’re picking up a low level signal, Captain.”
“Is it some type of communication?”
“Unknown, sir. It’s a very weak signal, so I’ll attempt to boost the signal. I’ll put it on the screen when I’m done, sir.”
A few minutes later, the communications officer uploaded the video broadcast to the main viewer. What showed up was a grainy, black and white, primitive looking film, with an alien species that appeared to be bi-pedal; two arms, two legs, two eyes, two ears, a mouth, and a nose. Nearly similar to the Jansporan themselves, which were the species that had intercepted this signal. The alien, who was featured in this broadcast, had dark hair, a weird looking piece of hair under his nose, and wore some type of military uniform. He appeared to be speaking to a large crowd, and he was a very animated speaker. Unfortunately, the Jansporan didn’t understand anything he was saying.
“Can you translate that, Lieutenant Bolhe?” asked Captain Gimila.
“No, sir. There’s nothing in our database that’s comparable. We would need the root form of their language, which we don’t have. I can speculate on what the alien might be doing, sir,”
“Go ahead, I don’t see how it could hurt.”...