YC125.04.24 // ONNAMON IV SPLS STATION
In a triumphant press release aboard the State Protectorate Operational Command HQ station in Onnamon, the Chief Executive of Taayusaka Eskeitan, Brigadier General Remilia Malitia, had the following to say:
"Dear esteemed members of the press,
I am pleased to announce that Taayusaka Eskeitan has achieved a monumental breakthrough in the Stellar Transmutation Project commissioned by the Caldari State. After just 42 days of intensive research, we have achieved all of our research goals and have made significant strides towards revolutionizing the field of stellar transmutation, leading us ever closer to the realization of the Interstellar Shipcaster project!
Our team of expert researchers and scientists have worked tirelessly around the clock to bring this project to fruition. Through their ingenuity, hard work, and dedication, we have succeeded in unlocking the secrets of safe stellar transmutation, a feat once thought to only be in the grasp of the Triglavians themselves.
The implications of this breakthrough are far-reaching and will have a profound impact on the future of space exploration and travel as well as the harnessing of vast quantities of energy and exotic materials. It will not only enhance our understanding of the universe but also pave the way for new technologies that will benefit the Caldari State as a whole.
I would like to extend my sincere gratitude to the CEP for entrusting us with this project, and to our team at Taayusaka Laboratories for their unwavering commitment to excellence. This achievement is a testament to the power of collaboration, innovation, and hard work, all of which define our State.
We look forward to seeing the fruits of our collective labor take shape as we stride ever closer to victory over the Gallente menace!
For the State!"
According to sources within the Stellar Research Center in Onnamon, Taayusaka Eskeitan has contributed over a third of all required data needed to begin construction of a Stellar Transmuter.
Following the announcement, it was reported that all staff that worked on the project have been given substantial bonuses as well as an entire month of vacation time.