The Balinger Freight Company has delivered a number of cone ‘devices’ to MOSE on a shuttle returning from an area near the red dwarf system that includes the planet X394.
This is a worrying development as these devices have been sold by rogue traders – with the premise that they can detect some of the mysterious poisons that exist in deep space. They have since been tested thoroughly by our bio-security laboratories – and they have reported that the colouring of these objects has merely changed as they reacted to less harmful substances. Beware!
Recently found texts hidden among old papers suggest how there may have been a purpose for the numerous clay artefacts found on the planet Nujema. Experts have followed diagrams and produced an idea of how these may have been placed.
The artist in residence at MOSE has been working on a series of oil paintings on linen inspired by the ceramics on display in the Museum.
Newly restored for viewing, Array is an object that has been put together by museum specialists re-examining and re-presenting the collection of Nujema artefacts. The team working on this project are MOSE experts in artefacts from the late 2000s and early 3000s.