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Stellar Systems, the prolific space industrial company, has moved (link) to a new commercial space, and the move inspired the formation of a city.

“We’re not sure if they decided that they wanted to be close to them [Stellar] or if Stellar is supporting them,” said a SOCL scientist. “But here’s this amazing manufacturer, and the next day you see terraformers and skyscrapers being built.”

Stellar Systems has demos and new products in the space, and the city, still under development is on the planet surface.

SOCL is reporting that a planet they have called 567-O has adopted the most pragmatic currency of the galaxy – Stellar Systems products.

Stellar Systems, which has created a number of the essential products for space exploration and the economy, has proven themselves so valuable that Planet 567-O no longer uses money, only Stellar Products, and sometimes Quandry Industry.

“A farmer accepted two lighting units yesterday for his crop,” reported a SOCL team on the planet. “And a plasma fusion generator paid for a college education for one lucky student. It’s only a question of time now before some big spender tries to put a Europa station up for barter.”

Stellar Systems can be found at their Marketplace link (link).

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.”

StellarLights

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

SHIVAdisplay The display that started it all in Insilico.

A SOCL scientist collapsed in Stellar System’s Insilico Store (link) today, resulting in an hour of mockery and laughter by alien races.

“I was admiring the rotating Shiva display, and the part I was interested in was just turning and turning… It must have put me in a hypnotic state” explained the embarrassed scientist.

Alien races, who were also shopping at Stellar, snorted with derision when they saw the human collapse.

“One of them made some kind of comment that the others thought was highly entertaining. One them shot out phlegm from his tentacle he laughed so hard. It was humiliating.” Said the scientist’s companion.

The scientist was treated using the MediCloud device at the store by store personnel and told not stick to the wall displays which didn’t move.

SOCL has refused to comment on the incident that was reported over WTRK radio this morning.