Cmdr Turjan: Interesting little moon that one, isn’t it? What the–?!? That moon jumped! Cass: Moons don’t jump, Commander. Turjan: No, no…of course they don’t… I’ve been out here too long… All right Cass, where are we? Cass: Eagle Nebula, System OJV 2009 J181843.85-134828.45 Turjan: R-i-g-h-t…. I’m glad I’ve got you to remember things like that for me, Cass. Cass: Shall I plot a course to a new system Commander? Commander? Turjan: Sorry Cass, I was watching that moon… I’m sure the bloody thing moved… IT DID IT AGAIN! It did it again, did you see?! Cass: Turjan, moons don’t jump. Turjan: That one bloody did – I saw it! Cass: I think it’s highly unlikely. Turjan: I don’t care what you think, I know what I saw! I’ll tell you what is unlikely though – that moon’s proximity. Remember when we flew from that moon to this planet? We went straight from the orbital cruise of the moon to the orbital cruise of the planet. There is definitely something not right here. You turn your sensors on that moon and just watch it for a few seconds. Go on, just do it. Cass: It jumped. The bloody moon jumped. Turjan: Told you! Right, that moon is seriously creeping me out. Let’s get the hell out of here. Cass: Calculating course to get the hell out of here! Turjan: Bye-bye, creepy bloody moon! QUICK! Quick, I think it heard me…!