Voting has opened today for the 120 Pilots’ Choice Awards. Medals for Combat, Mining, Conflux Hunting, Economy Support and Leadership will be awarded to pilots receiving the most votes — though there is a seven-vote minimum to qualify for an award. A Pilots’ Choice Award can be given to ANYregistered pilot and any pilot can vote — but just once.
ALL PILOTS are encouraged to participate by voting HERE
(UUNN HQ)TRI Corporation reported this morning that one of its unmanned cargo tows has stopped responding to remote commands and all telemetry has been lost.
The ship launched from Klatsches Hold at approximate 08:00 UTC and was en route to GBS Station with what is rumoured to be extremely valuable cargo. The last telemetry was received at approximately 08:23 UTC from Zealots Refuge. TRI Corp requests that any sightings be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org, but pilots have already begun to form search parties since disabled ships — in unregulated space, with no living crew — are considered legal salvage.
We published three pictures on UUNN on 120.11.13. You pick one and write a story about it. What is the place in the picture. What happened there … or what will happen. What’s it’s purpose? What’s its secret? Is it past … present … or future? Let your imagination run wild! Make it long or make it short. Make it funny or make it tragic. It’s up to you.
Submit YOUR story to email@example.com by Sunday 120.11.29 at 24:00 UTC. If our editors select your story for publishing in the Sarath V Memorial Library, you will receive a Newtron Literary Award (aka “The Newt”) and 5 million credits.
FRIDAY – 120.11.27
FESTIVAL LIGHTS!(MOVED TO SUNDAY)
SATURDAY – 120.11.28
TRI-TRAN-1 is a remotely-operated cargo tow. TRI has lost contact with it and it’s stuck somewhere far out in Unregulated Space. Because of the upcoming holiday, TRI may not be able to dispatch a search party for some time — which means the derelict ship will be legal salvage! More details regarding its route/possible location will be announced on 120.11.28.
(UUNN HQ) In a very tightly-contested vote, Hammer-BS edged out Nessos for this year Shahir Assad Award. This is only the second time this medal has been awarded, the first being in 118 when the award went to Tezrend. Other pilots receiving votes were Cagle, Jalil and Spork. Two votes were not counted — one being for a Solrain pilot and the other for a pilot not on the duty roster.
The Shahir Assad (“The Shining Lion”) is awarded to Quantar pilots who have been honored by their peers for a lifetime of exceptional service to The Children of Hamalzah.