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Sorry for the lossy compression, but we are v[e]ry low on bandwidth and [a]vailab[l]e power after the accid[garbled]ing the best we can.
We are exploring the grounds of [a] large building, apparently very ol[d]. It is shaped like a very broad, split arrow head pointin[g]_ into the sky with a diamond-shaped gap in the face. It seems to ha[garbled]
Though the atmosphere near the building is much richer in oxygen than the average on Frigid, the crew still require additional oxy[j]en to mai[garbled] [a]nd power is running low. We have no choice. We must enter the buil[garbled]r lose more crew to exposure and hypoxia.
I am surprised to find that this building appears to house artifacts that still funct[garbled]e can see working indicator lights on the doors we have found. Corpor[garbled] hopes to salvage whatever codebreaking equipment we can from the wreckage of the Pelicans. Then we hope to rig a bypass circuit on the door locks.
There is some sort of RF network data hand-shak[garbled]![garbled]ere i[s] a functioning terminal inside Lieutenant Demarais will attempt to interface my mobile unit with it. They need me at full capacity if we are to continue on into this building.
Wish me luck.
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