Full Coverage: UN launches internal investigation after damning admittal no plans exist for rescue or recovery of doomed vessel and its cargo.
Mars’ land survey satellites capture the tragic final moments of Ereshkigal as the main body of the transport impacts the Martian surface. With debris scattered far and wide across the Martian landscape, Mars’ localised networks have warned colonists about the danger of potential radiation hazards, particularly near the transport’s NERVA engine.
UN Orbital Authority reveals that "no viable plan [is] in place" for recovery or rescue. UNOA officials reiterate that no further communications have been detected in any part of the crash.
Following the announcements and release of the images from Mars, the United Nations has called for a day of mourning for the crew of 16.
Sources within the UN Orbital Authority reveal an internal investigation has been launched.