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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

The mission (Part 4)

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Commander Neil Talcon was a little depressed about his fate, but he knew it was for the good of the mission and mankind in general. There was still a little bit of time before the rest of the crew would come out of stasis -- and even longer before they would touch down on the planet -- so he took the  opportunity for a last moment of personal freedom. He opened an airlock and stepped outside the ship for a space walk. The stars were much different from this new perspective. The vast emptiness of space was so beautiful. Even the weightlessness on his new feminine body was strangely comforting. He just let it all sink in for about twenty minutes before a timer went off. The crew was coming out of stasis. He had a job to do, a confidence to instill, and an example to set.

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