News and Moon News

Here is another fun little piece written by my father – it seems he is on a roll! Enjoy…

News and Moon News

By A. A. Moss

[Earth, 27th September in the year 2019.]

Nasa has failed to locate the Indian lunar lander, ’Vikram.’ The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) lost touch with the craft as it approached the south pole of the lunar surface earlier in the month. It is still not clear as to whether it landed or crashed. Nasa’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has scanned more than ninety-two miles surrounding the targeted landing site, but it has not as of yet managed to locate the craft or any residual debris.

Vikram was launched on the 22nd July 2019 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota – an island off the coast of the southern state of Andhra Pradesh – taking several weeks to reach its final destination, it was scheduled for touchdown on 6th September 2019. 

[Lunar Surface, 27th September in the year 2019.]

The Momble’s Unidentified Landed Objects Team (ULO) has announced that another object has fallen from the sky. The object appeared to be only slightly damaged, with many still usable parts. It seems that this sort of occurrence is becoming commonplace these days.

As most Mombles know, these occurrences began fifty solar cycles ago, when the Momble Gatherers first discovered significant amounts of mechanical debris, which had mysteriously arrived on the solar side of our planet. All of the debris was gathered together and suitably processed, becoming a matter for the history books.

This latest discovery, however, was a surprise – landing, as it did, in a previously unlittered sector of our world. ULO Gatherers have released a statement confirming that this find had been especially fruitful; with many of the parts being disassembled and re-utilised. The flat, tile-like structures have been used to create a beautiful patio area in the South Lunar Park, and the dish-shaped pieces, into an attractive water feature.

The questions which still exist, however, are; Firstly, where did these articles come from and secondly, what was their original purpose? We may never know.

And that is all for tonight. More from us at Momble Southern News, tomorrow.          

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