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Mysterion object 2010 Lenasterion
Mysterion star-searcher discovered Eurovision songcontest 2010
About this creation
The satellite-like object 2010 was originally known as 201 (The U.M.R.C. later changed the list) and assumed as star-search scout. It passes the milky way to cartocraph and scan new stars. The 29th may 2010, it visited our solar-1 system the second time flying in a low orbit over the northern hemisphere undiscovered. While its short visit the receptor panels were adjusted to Norway recording radio and television signals. Scans in the 30th century affirms, that the data was only one song:

After the recording, object 2010 left solar-1 to spread the information all over the southern galaxy spiral. In every star system, where it arrives, “Satellite” was played by the mysterion’s emitter in different subspace frequencies, radio waves and other ways of communication.

The frequence is changing all 191519 seconds. Aside this one information, object 2010 also transmitts other records from former visits of earth. So, a few speeches of Adolf Hitler, Sausage tv-advertisment and various parts of ugly casting-shows are rarely reported from object 2010, too. It’s also known that the main sounds of several Spheroid-objects changed after encounters with the Mysterion. Popular Spheroids in this category are known as “My Cassette player” or “Love Me”.

Finally, in the 29th century, a secret code was detected in the object’s transmissions. In the year 3000, the U.M.R.C. succeeded to decode it. The old morse signs could be interpreted as human language meaning:


Liebe Lena, bleib wie du bist und fall nicht auf irgendwelche Medienhypes rein. Ansonsten werden die Mysterions blutige Rache nehmen…

Lovely Lena, keep being yourself or the Mysterions will take bloody revenge…

(Not the best Mysterion i build but made in just an hour)


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  June 2, 2010
Well done with this! And yes, the Spheroids do come into contact with the Mysterions often...
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  June 2, 2010
Nice work, a good mysterion.
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  May 31, 2010
A great tribute! Not every singer can brag about having an Object named after them :)
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  May 31, 2010
The Germans have mysterions now! We're doomed!
By Christian Schlichting
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