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Lets go Leonides says We swing down and outwards into the cheerless Plutonian dawn How still it is an alien sunrise No birds sing no insects buzz and drone We spread out across the surface of Pluto moving easily all but floating our backs to the rising sun looking out on a harsh and silent landscape We traveled as four also in silence We were absorbing this open obsolete space of ice rock so far away from our land of all warmth The terrain was daunting and depressing Its shapes gave an eerie feeling of dreadfulness Sherrard broke our train of thoughts and our silence He slipped on a piece of ice that crumpled at his feet We felt the earth shudder as his weight smacked the ground Out of the crater beside him crawled a tiny creature As I peered curiously at it I thought to myself that our mission had just proved itself There were infact other life forms on this distant planet Eleven minute legs carried this aliens lumpy shell across towards Sherrard He gave a strangled yelp and scrambled up to his feet Gartenmeister pulled out the bottle that Lieutenant Jokinker had supplied us with I bent over and scooped up the alien with my suit hands Gartenmeister held open the gassed bottle and I lay the creature in it Instantaneously the gasses inside the jar took effect and our alien fell into a deep breathless sleep Gartenmeister replaced the lid and sealed the aliens escape route should he wake up I looked over in the direction of my superior Leonides and found him with a friendly expression on his face It was almost as if he was smiling Lieutenant Jokinker shall be impressed that we have captured a life form He said with a restrained look of pleasure spreading gradually across his face Our mission here on Pluto may nearly be complete As I heard him
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