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Captains Log, Stardate 1771.2

I've gotten together with the astronomical survey teams and worked out a plan to examine the entire sector, but the process will take a good 6 months. Luckily our new  primary sensor is up and running and my staff believes its up to the task of scanning entire solar systems and potential worlds from up to 20 light years away. I look forward to finding new worlds and new alien species, it's what I joined Starfleet for. End log.


 


 


 
Captains Log, Stardate 1778.5

We spotted a likely star system that could support habitable life and have arrived. Over the next few days we hope to discover more about any worlds within the lifezone of the primary star. 

Log Addendum: we have discovered a man-sized race of intelligent caterpillars on the 6th world in the system. After spending two weeks with them the language barrier was broken and they call themselves the Castax. A First Contact Team will be left on the planet to better advance friendship between us all. I am happy to have found a new alien race, a first for me and many of my crew. 



 
Captains Log, Stardate 1789.3

We have discovered a nearly habitable iceworld with large dilithium deposits. This would be a good location for a Federation mining colony.



 
Captains Log, Stardate 1799.4

In our survey across the sector we have found a gas giant alien race and have begin first contact procedures. Our First Contact tem has been sent down and the outlook looks positive.



 
Captains Log, Stardate 1802.2

We have discovered a M-class world, ready for colonization. My conn officer has named the planet after his hometown, "Del Rio".



 
RENDEZVOUS

We have met up with our resupply ship, the USS Chartres (a class 1 merchant ship) and have been topped up on all victuals and critical spare parts. We will meet the colonization ship USS Long Hope (a class 2 starliner) in the Glacier System in 6 weeks to help land and develop the colony. The harsh frozen environment of the planet will make life difficult but the abundant deposits of dilithium crystals will make the effort worth it. This star system will surely become the primary fuel depot for the sector.




 
Captains Log, Stardate 1810.6

We received Starfleet Commands' latest information packet and I am very pleased with the results. We will be rendezvousing with a fleet tender into the next few weeks in subsector G for resupply and minor crew transfers. In addition, we've been told that one of Starfleet's newest cruisers will be our military backup for this sector, the USS Essex (NCC-1697). These heavy cruisers are real monsters, insanely large and packing quite alot of firepower.  I have looked into the specs and am impressed by the overall design. The first cruisers in this class are apparently functioning well within the Fleet (since 2242 AD) and I look forward to the support of the Essex's crew during our exploration time. These are the names of the other starships already out on patrol for the United Federation of Planets: 

USS Constellation (NCC-1017)

USS Constitution (NCC-1700)

USS Defiant (NCC-1764)

USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)

USS Essex (NCC-1697)

USS Excalibur NCC-1664)

USS Exeter (NCC-1672)

USS Farragut (NCC-1647)

USS Hood (NCC-1703)

USS Intrepid (NCC-1631)

USS Lexington (NCC-1709)

USS Republic (NCC-1371)

Still in the construction yards are the USS Yorktown (NCC- 1717) and USS Endeavour (NCC-1895).





 





 
Captains Log, Stardate 1841.5

We are planning on meeting a robotic refuel carrier in an adjacent star system. It is being sent by Starfleet Command to top off our fuel tanks and then become a orbital platform for the new Glacier Colony. These old vessels have mostly been removed from service in the last 20 years.








 
Captains Log, Stardate 1807.5

This man-sized slug-like race are friendly and also technologically advanced, as well as massively telepathic. Their homeworld has many dangerous lifeforms so the Castax "spit" a natural acid in defense mode. Their home planet is Class M and the Castax are a excellent candidate race for UFP membership. 





 


Captains Log, Stardate 1833.4

This extremely intelligent race lives on "hot gas giants" that orbit closely to their parent star. The Oibbog have a collective mind but they are friendly to outsiders. They also have advanced technology and are an excellent candidate for membership in the UFP. They live over 300 years and have colonized several nearby star systems.



 

WOOLAMURRA STAR SYSTEM

We have stumbled across a uninhabited star system with two habitable worlds, both appear to be prime Federation colony sites. The main world is subtropical while its Class-M moon is almost glacial. My department heads agree this should be the Federations' primary colony world for the sector and have sent our recommendations to Starfleet via subspace. Eventually colony ships will be sent here and my crew looks forward to shore leave here once facilities have been constructed. There appears to be no dangers on the planet or in orbit.






 








 
Captains Log, Stardate 1866.5

This human-sized insect race inhabit the planet Rol in the billions (estimated 50 billion sentients). They are a gregarious race, open to outsiders and they communicate mainly through smells. Apparently our away team smells "good" to them. Their homeworld has been raided continually by one of their neighbors, the alien M'Dok. The Rollans are a good potential for United Federation of Planets membership.



 
Captains Log, Stardate 1884.3

This humanoid race is very closely related to humans. They have obviously been transplanted to this rich agricultural world by the Preservers generations ago. All Tenarans are extreme pacifists, with their last recorded was occurring over 1000 years ago. Unfortunately, their planet is being continually raided by the M'Dok.



 
Captains Log, Stardate 18990.8

This aquatic race lives on a jumbo-sized waterworld but they are technologically advanced. Kelpians are very friendly to outsiders and telepathic within their own species. They are a good candidate for membership in the UFP, sharing many of our values.



 
Captains Log, Stardate 1922.9

This aquatic race is extremely xenophobic and militant, shooting first and asking questions later. This world should be noted as Dangerous, to be avoided. Luckily, they do not have warp capability yet.



 
Captains Log, Stardate 1984.4

This underwater race communicates mainly by color, flashing across their bodies. Their outlook on life and the world is extremely alien. This makes them difficult to communicate with. For better contact with this race I recommend Starfleet specialists in linguistics to be posted here.



 
Captains Log, Stardate 2012.2

We have rendezvoused with our supply ship, the USS Gloryhound, a old-style Clarke-class tender. These vessels have mostly been phased out of service but they remain viable in distant sectors like the one we are currently exploring. Replenishment went off without a hitch.




 

Captains Log, Stardate 2022.4

The Bians are an aquatic humanoid race that inhabit a waterworld that is almost 4 times the size of Earth. More than 100 billion Bians live on the planet. They are a outgoing race, enjoying the company of other alien species. Our away team made a good impression on them.They are a very technologically advanced race and are a very good UFP member candidate; they share many of our values.



 
Captains Log, Stardate 2304.5

This human-sized bug-like race are brilliant computer technicians, interfacing with any hardware using their sub-divided brains. Their homeworld is hostile to humans but the Baufrin like outsiders. A potential candidate UFP member world.



 




Captains Log, Stardate 2456.2

This semi-aquatic race is technologically advanced and is friendly to outsiders. They communicate mainly through sound effects. 

Their homeworld is a Class M planet and the Banderi are a excellent candidate race for UFP membership; they have traveled to several neighboring worlds already using a low warp drive system.




 







 
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