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The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton was about a deadly virus that spread in the city of Piedmont Arizona The Scoop VII was launched to collect organisms and bring them back to the surface After orbiting for two and a half days the satellite left the orbit and was tracked to have landed in the northeastern area Arizona Piedmont A van was tracking the location with two men in it and all of a sudden they had lost contact with their station at Vandenberg Actually the communications were still working but something had happened to the two men Shawn and Crane They had reported that Piedmont had a deserted feeling and there were bodies everywhere in the streets but were not certain if they were dead After reporting this one of the men screamed and the radio was just left with static Major Manchek who was the chief duty officer of the month was in charge of what to do if an instance like that was to happen He investigated it a little more and everything seemed too strange and suspicious Manchek decided to alert the Division 222 Project Wildfire on a possibility of extraterrestrial lifeform encounters The government then notified the scientists that were a part of the Wildfire crew Wildfire consisted of Jeremy Stone a scientist who was well known for his studies which one him the Nobel Prize Peter Leavitt who was a clinical microbiologist and was well experienced with the treatments of infectious diseases Charles Burton who was a pathologist He also had a great scientific talent Christian Kirke was one of the Wildfire crew also he was an anthropologist and had a very logical brain but was in the hospital and was unable to come Then there was Mark Hall a surgeon who was the only single man on the mission The first two who arrived were Stone and Burton who surveyed They had to wear special suites
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