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The Lavallee Enterprise was the first space ship of its kind It had a crew of six people three girls three guys It was soon to be the first space ship to leave the solar system With its new cruse drive it should be able to make the round trip from Earth to out side the Solar system and back in less than a year The crew was all the members of the Lavallee family They were the best in the world Commander Angelo was the only member of the crew who knew what their real mission was Scientists who discovered cruse drive were able to detect other ships using it They had discovered another ship using it in the solar system It was the Unternehmen Baskin Baskin Enterprise in German They were Germans lead by Commander Kirk The governments of Earth were covering up the knowledge that another crew had discovered cruse drive They thought the public would all panic because the Canadians wanted to be the first to go out of the solar system 5001 workers started building the Lavallee Enterprise in 2001 Three years later it got finish It was launched on the twenty-eighth of January in the year 2004 After two months the ship was now approaching the end of the Solar system So far there had been no signs of any other ships using the cruse drive There was one more planet to cross before they would leave the Solar system They took notice of the planet It was a beautiful huge planet with lots of colours It would take them another two days to cross over it Two days Later The crew was getting nervous as they approached the end of the Solar system When they reached the very edge Commander Angelo called the crew together and told them the real mission They were shocked and angry but being good friends they all made
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