Armageddon Sky (Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Day of Honor, by L. A. Graf

By L. A. Graf

Worf and the workforce of the Defiant locate themselves trapped on an alien international threatened via an international cataclysm, whereas Captain Sisko needs to hold tensions on Deep house 9 from erupting into conflict. Original."

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There's a chance the planetary shuttle might have landed there. " She transferred her two stored images up to the main screen, assigning them to their proper locations around Armageddon's golden sun. "Computer analysis of their orbital parameters, however, indicates there's a third inner system planet inside the cometary debris cloud. " She glanced across at Sisko, reading his impatience in his drumming fingers. "But it's the most likely location for the shuttle to land, since it's the planet the Victoria Adams went to study.

All passengers and nonessential crew have--" The transmission shattered into nothingness again, presumably due to another close-range disruptor blast. This time, when the visual feed coalesced back into existence, it looked more ghostly and snowed over than before. And although Marsters's lips were still moving, no sound emerged. Sisko cursed in fierce disappointment. "That's the best you can do, old man? " "The subtractive effects of the disruptor fire were worst in the audio portion of the signal.

Sisko turned to pin Kira with a frowning glance. " Kira grimaced. "Regional headquarters acknowledged our hail, but says Admiral Nechayev is in a crucial meeting with representatives from the Vorta. " Sisko's breath hissed through his teeth, but it was in satisfaction, not annoyance. "That means that, for now, the decision is up to us. " "Go," said O'Brien curtly. "Go," Dax agreed. " growled Worf. That was the Starfleet side of his mixed command crew, reacting exactly as Sisko had expected. Their majority vote essentially settled the question, but Sisko forced himself to look over at his Bajoran second-in-command, trying to make sure he wasn't allowing service loyalties to overrule his better judgment.

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