Difference between revisions of "Artemis"

First interstellar starship built by Humanity

m
(Tag: 2017 source edit)
m
(Tag: 2017 source edit)
Line 15: Line 15:
  
 
{{BaseSEO}}
 
{{BaseSEO}}
 +
{{DISPLAYTITLE:''Artemis''}}
 
{{Short description|First interstellar starship built by Humanity}}
 
{{Short description|First interstellar starship built by Humanity}}
 
[[Category:Named vessels]][[Category:Ships]]
 
[[Category:Named vessels]][[Category:Ships]]

Revision as of 07:29, 26 March 2020

Artemis was the first interstellar starship built by Humanity. No other ship of this class is known, which made the Artemis unique. Launched in 2232 towards GJ 667Cc[1] , before the discovery of the first Jump Point, it used slower-than-light engines. The ship successfully exited the Solar System and has never been seen again. It is unknown if the ship was destroyed or changed her destination.[2][3]

The ship was fitted with stasis couches, terraforming equipment and supplies. At its helm was an AI Core called Janus. It was blamed for the loss of the ship. Her unknown fate seemed to be a reason why humanity banned the developement of Androids or other advanced KI.

Artemis' maximum crew capacity was 5000.[1][2]

The known crew of Artemis consists of Lisa Danvers (Captain) and Arthur Kenlo (Engineering). Justin Cobb was the Mission Director.

In media

The Artemis and her faith is featured in the short story series The Lost Generation.[4]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Comm-Link:The Lost Generation - Issue 2 (Original RSI URL)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Comm-Link:2232 - The First Push (Original RSI URL)
  3. Comm-Link:Writer's Guide - Part Two (Original RSI URL)
  4. Comm-Link:The Lost Generation - Issue 1 (Original RSI URL)