This is where most of our major research is collected and studied. Information from all the other labs are transferred to here for complete analyzation. There's a large main viewscreen that looks out to the void beyond.
Here is where we study alien life forms; the microscopic kinds. It's also where the biological makeup and processes. It can be very interesting...or entertaining. Depends on how you look at some of the stuff that comes through here......
Stay outta here unless you know what you're doing. Or crazy. One of the two. Most of the dangerous chemicals are kept here for experimental purposes. This includes napalm, hydrochloric acid, C-4, sulfuric acid, nitric acid, etc....You get the picture.
This is where our poor, overworked doctor is most of the time. Come here if you've got anything wrong with your health. Or you could just stop by to have a chat; our doctor would definitely appreciate that.....
Anything that deals with physics is done here. Please, don't try and create a warp bubble in here. They place'll be destroyed if you do.
If you like looking at stars, then you're here. There's plenty of complicated instrumentation to suit your fancy, just don't play with any of it! It's essentially a circular room with half the wall devoid of anything. The reason? It's an observatory; labels and data can be projected onto the screen to make things a bit easier to see.
With any luck, this place won't be seeing many people. However, there'll be times when the crap hits the fan and we get hit with hostile aliens we have to fight off. Like said, hopefully we won't need it....
FOOD! This is where we eat our meals. There's something called a replicator in each wall that produces food from....well, let's not say. All I'm telling is that all materials from the station are recycled.
Our poor engineer spends most of his time here, keeping all the processes our station needs to stay in operation. If there's any kind of trouble with the tech anywhere, call down here and a maintenance man will be sent to solve the problem.
This is where visiting ships dock when they need to replenish supplies, get maintenance, ask for directions, find out who's been tossing crap out the airlocks, etc. Most of the people who come through here are from Earth, but every once in a while we'll get some aliens. Our alien liaison spends a lot of time here.
This is where most of our supplies are kept. The supply department spends most of their time here, and it looks pretty empty right now....
More like Recreation Deck! This is a big station with hundreds of personnell, and we all need a bit of r&r. Since we can't always get down to the planet for some fun, we've got a well-equipped rec center on the station. It includes a gym with weights, treadmills, mechanical bikes, stair climbers, and indoor track, wrestling mats, and punching bags. There's a game room with plenty of game consoles such as Xbox, PlayStation, and Wii plus enough arcade games for even the nerdiest people. There's a bowling alley with a bar/lounge, which (despite the bar) doesn't serve alcohol, but something called synthehol instead. This means you can have any regular alcoholic beverage (beer, jin, wine, mead, etc.) you like, without the not-so-good effects of getting drunk. There's also two gymnasiums for playing sports and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
There's an entire two-and-a-half decks devoted to housing the crew and their families. The living quarters are essentially apartments. Usually someone's assigned quarters are relatively close to their workplaces, but there are some times (such as with me) where a person's quarters are nowhere near their workplace. There's also several suites that are purposely left empty for visitors to our station, such as stranded travelers or diplomats.
This is where the staff meetings with our senior staff (the guys listed in the 'Crew' post--excluding our resident idiot) take place. It's where we decide what our next research project(s) should be, solve any major problems in the station, plan events for the entire station. If there's anything going awry it'll be discussed here and any action to correct it will be taken.
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