[The Mars Voyage 06] The Achievement

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Chapter 6. The Achievement

They were absolutely flabbergasted after watching hovering as well as oscillating rocks inside that mine. Rocks were of various sizes and shapes, almost each of them had glowing surface. The glowing surface resembled the aura. That aura had bright bluish tinge which was blinking with various frequencies. The rate of blinking of aura of big rocks was faster than that of the small rocks. Parth realized that he probably found what he have been looking for. He felt relaxed; he thought he was lucky enough to get such thing finally after lots of efforts. He understood that those rocks (or maybe the aura?) had some extraordinary characteristics that enabled them to float.

They started collecting some of those rocks (of course, the little ones!) and they came out of the mine. Parth left a voice command to the wrist gear he wore, “Dispatch the mobile lab”. The server of spacecraft followed his command and sent the mobile lab over there at the place they were standing. The door of lab unlocked automatically and opened, the individuals went inside it with few glowing rocks they collected. Then the door locked automatically. They put those rocks inside a container and the lab started heading back to the spacecraft. Everyone was happy, especially Parth as he achieved something remarkable, something that could help him carrying his dream project further.

The server of the spacecraft mapped the location and data of the planet and pulsar for future reference. It started heading back toward the Si-Lio-32 after following Parth’s instructions. Parth was thinking deep inside about the hero of the movie, “What would it be? The stone or the aura?” Such questions left him thinking during the voyage back to the Si-Lio-32 .

The spacecraft reached to Si-Lio-32 in no time. It was landed near the lab. Individuals came out of it with the sign of victory, other team members who were in lab of Si-Lio-32 were there to welcome the arriving team. All of them were happy. They congratulated each other and went back to the lab. They dismounted the container and recollected the glowing rocks out of it. One of those rocks was dropped accidently from the hand of one person and it didn’t hit the ground it swung around as expected. Again one new thing was confirmed that the ability of gravitational control was not depending on one particular place, it was universally unvarying.

To be Continued..

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