Galnet has reported local security services in the Huveang De system have announced today that there have been no new sightings of Thargoids over the last 24 hours.
The head of local security forces released the following statement:
“We do not know why the Thargoids appeared in our region of space or why they now appear to have left. We can only speculate as to their motives. However we thank all the brave pilots that came to the system to help defend against this potentially catastrophic threat.”
There is speculation that the Thargoids planned to attack the system and were held back by the influx of combat pilots engaging them, while others claim that the Thargoids might be exploring or looking for resources and have simply moved on.
Pilots from across the core came together to discuss the discovery of the “Eagle Eye” outposts, and came to the conclusion that the Huveang De system might be the next focus for Thargoid incursions. Well known anti-Thargoid combat pilot GluttonyFang confirmed that “So far Scouts, Cyclops, and Basilisks have been confirmed [in Huveang De]” in the afternoon of the 10th. Since then flocks of combat pilots swarmed the system hunting Octagonal Menace.
Have independent pilots, aided by Aegis monitoring stations, found a way to predict incursions into Human space?
Pilots interested in joining the border patrols and defences are encouraged to monitor civilian channels and get involved. Investigators are currently on the lookout for the next incursion.
Aegis released the following statement on behalf of Admiral Aden Tanner their chief military liaison
“The new Eagle Eye installations are a success, they have identified fluctuations in Thargoid transmissions from a number of planet side structures. With the invaluable help of the members of the Pilots Federation we have identified that the new signals are pointing to locations in human space. We believe these to be identifying the location of potential Thargoid attacks and if this is proved to be the case it will be a huge break through and a validation of our work here.
We continue to monitor the Thargoid activity using the Eagle Eye installations in the Pleiades and have confirmed reports that the Eagle Eye installations have detected new signals. We urge all available pilots to investigate these changes to see if we can thwart the Thargoids.”