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Basically, the computer says it doesn't know what it saw, but it could be a reflex shadow, debris from an asteroid of unusual composition—or a ship caught at the instant of recloaking.
But there's a ten-percent chance, no more than that, but no less, either, that it was a ship recloaking, and I don't dare take the chance.
The numbers were still there: a one-percent probability that her anomaly was a ship recloaking.
Only the first scan had spotted anything—but if it was Helios recloaking, she thought, only the first scan would.
The bathing and recloaking were all done in a confused haze.