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Every minute, hundreds of comets are passing through the Klug star system. This unusual phenomenon is due to a gravimetric anomaly, that modifies comet orbits and attracts them into a space corridor.
This corridor looks like a perpetual firework, it’s beautiful. Its shape is unsteady and changes all the time. As a matter of fact, it’s impossible for inhabited space vessels to navigate in the system, it’s far too dangerous, even for experienced pilotes.
The Klug Ministry of Transportation has launched many probes inside the corridor. They have all been destroyed within a few seconds, but thanks to a sophisticated remote access software developped by the KIHC (Klug Ingeneering High Comitee), the Ministry has managed to download a few samples of sounds and images recorded just before the probes explode.
Here is a sample: