//Day of Mission: 0004\\
//Log Author: Denis Whitefield\\ (Michael)
It is day four of Operation Spear-Head. We've been out here four days. Sometimes it feels like it has been weeks, sometimes it feels like hours. But there is one feeling that doesn't change, the feeling that we are alone.
This ship is a true marvel, the largest I've ever seen. But that's not exactly saying much, compared to what humanity has developed in the past. As Einstein said, everything is relative. But even though the ship is so big, the crew usually stays up towards the front, with the bunks, the kitchen, and the bridge.
I'm the only one that goes to the back, or has so far. That's where all the mechanical stuff is. I take that back, John goes to the back. Because of his Medical Station, of course.
When the ship disconnected from Prometheus Station, I felt instantly lonely. Prometheus Station has been humanity's home for many years. Everyone was so tightly packed on the Station, it was impossible to walk 5 eat with running into somebody.
There wasn't any complications with the undocking, luckily. But it appears that we activated the thrusters a little to immediately. It wasn't very harmful, or immediate. But the effects did show eventually.
On Day 2, I had to do some work in the back. I took a couple of hours. Meanwhile, John was going threw his medical equipment. He said he had a lot of stuff, to deal with a lot of different circumstances. I hope he's right. If we ever need it, we'll need it immediately.
Other then that, there hasn't really been a lot to do. The Captain just watches our flight path, makes some miniature changes, and goes back to watching the screen. We usually just talk, not really about anything serious.
Other than some very, very minor fixes here and there, this has been a very inactive trip. The Captain says we should reach the Wormhole by Day 0008. I wonder what it will be like when we enter it.
Nobody knows, not even me. Anyways, that's the end of todays musing. Hopefully I'll have something more exciting next time.
This is Denis Whitefield, logging off.