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Amtrek Sci-Tech: A stunning announcement
We are not alone

The Aviation and Space Exploration Administration (ASEA) has released information of staggering significance. As was widely reported in 1998 in an announcement that stunned the world, an unmanned ASEA space probe discovered another planet in our solar system. In a seven-month journey to the far side of the Sun, the Echo-3 found a twin planet that shares our orbital path and has water and plant life. More than a green world, "Planet X" appears to be a near-duplicate of Terra. One prominent difference was observed on a continent that would be familiar to anyone. The alien land mass closely resembles our own North America - at least, the way it would have looked before California slipped into the ocean following a massive temblor in 1906.

Sadly, all contact with Echo-3 was lost before more could be learned.

Another ASEA robot ship - a stealth observer named Doppleganger - was dispatched early this year to the twin world. Its mission: to silently gather information and relay it home. Because the newly-discovered planet is opposite the Sun and line-of-sight radio transmission is impossible, signals from the craft must be bounced off of the Mars Station and then back to Terra.

Startling information recently received from Doppleganger indicates that "Planet X" has intelligent life. It is apparently even technologically equal to our own. ASEA has released photographs of aircraft, buildings - even railyards with derelict trains! Doppleganger is now quietly monitoring communications transmissions from the alien world. Hopefully, we will learn much about this strangely-familiar place in the years to come.

A radio dish waits for signals from the Mars Station
A radio dish waits for signals from the Mars Station

The alien planet and its satellite - dead ringers for our own Terra and Luna
The alien planet and its satellite - dead ringers for our own Terra and Luna

View surveillance photos of Planet X, including alien railroads.

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