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  • A pressure hatch separated the 'scaphe's cockpit from the passenger compartment.

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  • The cheese printed out a word on the 'scaphe's tactical board: LAUNCH?

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  • The ocean floor resolves suddenly in the 'scaphe's headlights: bone-gray ooze slides past, occasional outcroppings, great squashed marshmallows of lava and pumice.

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  • One of the 'scaphe's tactical screens beeped a progress report.

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  • Joel had climbed up into the 'scaphe for the usual preflight check and found his friend waiting by the controls.

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  • He coaxes the 'scaphe into position directly above the canister, listens to the clank and creak of grapples flexing beneath the deck; metal claws the color of slate extend across his field of view.

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  • A week later Fischer's replacement comes down on the 'scaphe.

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  • Joel Kita's used to hearing a 'scaphe breathe around him, hearing it talk in clicks and hisses.

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  • The 'scaphe pulls out of its spiral and coasts off to the northeast.

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  • We urgently need a 'scaphe pilot for the Charmer run tonight.

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