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Saturday, October 17, 2015

Construction Update With Pictures of Dreamflight Adventures' Artemis Charger Simulator in Venezuela. The Imaginarium.

Hello Troubadours and Space Fans, Today we have a news update from our good friend Admiral Starblayze, commander of Dreamflight Adventures, giving us news of the company's newest simulator in Venezuela. I'm pleased at how Dreamflight Adventures is bringing the world of simulator based experiential education to the world. The IKS Artemis Charger will be the first USS Voyager inspired simulator built outside the United States. What a fitting tribute to the original simulator and Space Center as it celebrates its 25th anniversary! Congratulations Dreamflight. 

Mr. W.    

News from the IKS Artemis Charger

Hello troops, it seems like only yesterday when we shared the photos of the IKS Artemis Charger’s ground breaking.  At the time it was nothing more than a big dream and a field of dirt.
Clearing the ground
A lot has happened in the intervening months, and now the IKS Artemis Charger is nearly ready for launch.  Admiral Sai—Todd Lichtenwalter—has been working around the clock (past midnight!) over the last few weeks in order to get everything ship-shape.  Take a look at his latest handiwork.
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Here we see the underside of the Captain’s Chair, which is being wired into the ship’s mainframe.  This allows the Captain to keep close tabs on his or her entire crew, and it probably also has an emergency ejection mode as well, in case the going gets rough.
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Here we see the bridge undergoing routine decontamination scans in order to rid it of pesky space worms and giant tardigrades that have been known to infest Chameleon Class ships during their deep-space construction.
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And here we see the Artemis Charger giving Shanghai Disneyland’s TRON Lightcycle Coaster a run for its money.
Tres hurras for the incredible workmanship being poured into the Artemis Charger in Venezeula!   Mission-Wall
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