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The Beholder Program

Hello, my name is Dr. Rynhart. I am the head researcher overseeing The Beholder Program. You have been personally selected to join this program due to your work ethic, interpersonal skills, and lack of major disciplinary violations. Welcome to the team!

You may not have heard of this department before, and that is partially due to how new this all is. Space was always thought to be an endless void that we would only ever get to see a small portion of, but with recent leaps in technology, space is within our grasps. We have engineers building the fastest rockets, programmers advancing the realm of artificial intelligence, and a few brave men and women who are willing to travel into that void.

This is where you come in. We need young researchers who are willing to get to work and collect as much data as possible. We have thousands of logs and images that have been collected from our Beholder line of satellites. You will be the backbone of this initiative, so are you ready to get to work?

Hello, my name is Binary Star. It is nice to meet you. I will be helping you navigate the files I am currently monitoring. I will be here if you have any questions or concerns.

Major Observations

SCP-5623 "Star Euthanizer" by Sirslash47Sirslash47

Current location of the anomaly is unknown. Attempts to relocate are ongoing.

SCP-5843 "Eyewitness" by Sirslash47Sirslash47

Observation will continue once contact has been reestablished.

SCP-4524 "A Flesh, New World" by BlueJonesBlueJones

Observation is ongoing. No significant reports have been made.

SCP-5651 "Wretched Core" by Sirslash47Sirslash47

Emergence is eminent. Observation is ongoing.

SCP-5979 "Star Crossed Lovers" by Marcelles_RaynesMarcelles_Raynes

Threat is no longer eminent. Data yields sufficient.

SCP-3195 "The fault in our Star" by Marcelles_RaynesMarcelles_Raynes

Extraterrestrial life confirmed. Yields are significant.

SCP-5943 "A Solar Conversation" by Dr ItzhakDr Itzhak

Beholder-Probe 16 has been launched. Preparing for multi-solar exploration.

SCP-6524 "A God-Awful Small Affair" by BlueJonesBlueJones

Contact with lifeform has ceased. Attempting to re-establish contact.

SCP-6701 "Shooting Star Swallow" by Sirslash47Sirslash47

Once upon a time, there was a little bird that flew…

SCP-6983 "Kelvin" by Sirslash47Sirslash47

What do you mean "It broke thermodynamics"?

SCP-6143 "Spooky Spacey Skeletons" by Sirslash47Sirslash47

We stared into space and found dead.

SCP-7233 "The Astroneer" by SYTYCFanonSYTYCFanon

There's no greater terror in space than losing the one you love.

Cosmic Events

Space Cadet Semantics by Sirslash47Sirslash47

D-Class successfully launched, collecting data…

It's Better To Burn Out, Than To Fade Away by Sirslash47Sirslash47

You've met with a terrible fate, haven't you?

Ad Fundum Universum, Ad Fundum by Sirslash47Sirslash47

You're gonna need an out of this world drink for this one.

Images from the Void

SCP-6524 "A God-Awful Small Affair" from SkorptSkorpt's art page. (Hover to enlarge)

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