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In space (read SciFi), there are titans of industry. Names like BBI, Isil, Quandry, Greeble, and one of the most intriguing, Stellar Systems.

Though they have closed one of their locations – the not so secret lab and building space – the company has provided nearly every device our own Silas Moone has used, and so he joined us today to show just how innovative the company is.

Hey readers! Silas here with a heartfelt appeal to space travelers to consider Stellar Systems (link to store). We are talking about the company that I owe my life to, after all.

When not bashing my EV helmet (oh, it looks like another pun there, insiders!), I’m constantly out cruising the spaceways in Stellar gear (link). Whether it’s flying super low prim and well crafted ships like the Gremlin, or dodging automated missiles from Stellar, I’m out there every day seeing the products in action.

After an unfortunate altercation with a Araxian princess – how was I to know that symbol meant ‘female?’ – I even did a stint mining asteroids in the Outlying Quadrants. Again, all Stellar gear, and it never failed me, even when I got sandwiched between two asteroids. Kudos to Amun Ra.

Not sold yet? Consider this – Stellar creates an entire ecosystem for you to use, from getting what you need from asteroids to powering your high power turrets to keep away nosy little things like me. The products were designed to work with environmental elements from QI (link)(link to store), and when everything’s done you’ve got an action based world that takes you from food and power right into combat.

Speaking of combat, do you know the weird vampire bats on Araxis? Yeah, Stellar weapons will keep those things away too. Go check out what’s available at their store in Insilico – it has more than you will see at the Marketplace, and you can rez out a sample of their cool products.

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Hello world-bound readers! Silas Moone here from 8 Star Company, here to tell you about a delivery I made to Eisa Colony’s Tourism Center (link). This was the first time to the colony, and when I walked into the Greeble building (link), I remembered if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my travels, it’s that sobriety is not your friend.

So I went looking for a bar, but Eisa’s not your usual spaceport. They say that some American megacorporation took over an aging Soviet project here, but whatever Nanite Systems is, there is a real shortage of inebrients.

Cranky (and sober) as I was, the town has some beautiful sights, and is what you want in a part alien world – full of mysteries.

For starters, is Nanite Systems (link), an android peddler? There were some adult type stuff here, but everyone seemed sentient and consenting. I’ll leave it for you readers to determine.

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Ex-reporter and barely employed star deliveryman Silas Moone has been spotted in Neo Machina (link) and Echo City by SOCL scientists looking for “a good time.”

Silas reportedly told the scientists that he has been on the run since a delivery went awry, and he is seeking forgiveness from QI. “He sounded a bit scared when we saw him at the Zero Lag Cafe,” said one scientist. “He kept looking over his shoulder and spilling his drink.”

After hearing that Mesa 5, the most successful planet-city ever founded would be dissolving, SOCL astronauts refused to work.

“We’ve had so many good memories there,” cried one over the anomaly radio. “Saying goodbye is something we just can’t do.”

The megacity has been a big part of the spaceways and visitors could always depend on finding mystery and adventure in the futuristic world. Waterbank News, which has come to know the city well through SOCL reports and the trials of Silas Moone, will miss the city very much. It is set to implode on November 6th.

A personal message from the founder is after the jump:
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Silas Moone, our errant reporter turned space jack of all trades has taken a trip to Stellarus Prime, according to SOCL.

Stellarus Prime is home to Stellar Systems, the mega-corporation that has been pushing the technological envelope in space based tech. Here is a partial transcript from Silas (parts deleted by SOCL, and WIA).

Long time no squeegee, as they say in the spaceports, readers. Much of what I’ve been doing lately hasn’t been newsworthy, that is until I got a delivery for Stellarus Prime. Now if you don’t know about Stellarus Prime, don’t feel bad. It’s the secret workshop and home planet of Stellar Systems, the biggest corp-corp to hit the spaceways since… me. (Seriously sorry about hitting the Spaceway in Vigilem. Hope that can be repaired easily.)

Getting an invite to the place is hard, and even deliveries are usually routed to a remote asteroid, so when the order came in I played it cool and waited for my chance [SOCL writes that super laxatives and skullduggery were used to procure rights to the package].

By now my readers are already ready for what I saw, which was incredible. This is the same company that engineered the mining and transfer revolution after all. Three new products were on display,

StellarSystTurrets

two powerful new turrets and an industrial light (space is so… dark readers). All three are powered by the Stellar Systems plasma fusion reactor (link) to give them extra punch.

The auto-cannon [deleted by SOCL] which makes it a powerful defense against larger vessels. The Golem Flak Turret is as the man himself says, “a slow firing, hard hitting turret with an explosive plasma round that damages ships in a 10m radius.”

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The lights, also fueled by the reactor, are an essential part of space. When your local star pops behind another planet, you’ll be lucky to find your own hand. It’s dark out here readers.

That’s the report from Stellarus Prime. Until the next fiasco,

Silas