Thomas, our co-pilot, has come down with appendicitis. Maria has him in sick bay, and has determined it hasn’t burst. Yet. As of this moment Maria and Don are prepping him for surgery.

Before launch we all went through every physical test known to medical science. However, this is just one of those things that comes out of the blue.

How does this affect our mission? A lot. At this point of the voyage Dave can handle things by himself by waking up every four hours, but obviously that’s not sustainable for more than a day or two. We need Thomas.

Right now, though, we’re more concerned with his health as friends who’ve known him for ages. Remora and Marlon need our support, too.


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