What appears to be a satellite caught up in an Alaskan trawler’s fishing nets, whilst fishing for pollack in the Bering Sea. However, NASA scientist Sitara discovers that it’s not a fallen satellite, but Voyager One, which left the Solar System and entered interstellar space in 2013. But, Voyager One appears to still be over 22 billion kilometres away. How can it be in two places at once? And – more importantly – why? The answer is more sinister than anyone could imagine.
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