@Wata @Wincent @Vulpas @Tamu After a few hours of preparing and doing whatever else suited them the four people chosen to be the current crew for the mining station would all arrive at the terminal where a transport craft had landed. It was different from a conventional plane, the low gravity and atmosphere of Titan meant that vertical takeoff and landing was my more efficient than using a run way so the flier was designed with that in mind. Rotating engine pods on the side of the fuselage were the source of its thrust with several smaller thrusters along its body to assist in stabilization. Halam was of course familiar with such a craft given his training and would find no issue flying it. By this time it seemed the previous crew on the mining shift had already gathered their things and left so there was no one they could ask about how the shift should go. With nothing else but to board and head out the went into the craft and secured their luggage while Halam would acquaint himself with the controls. After a few moments their craft was cleared for takeoff Halam would be able to bring them into the air and start heading towards the mining camp. The flight would take a few hours as despite Titan being much smaller than earth its thick atmosphere would make navigation a bit difficult even for an experienced pilot. If he wasn’t too careful he could end up letting the plane fly too high. Titan’s atmosphere, thanks to its lower gravity, was ten times higher than earth’s and they could accidentally be catapulted into a shallow orbit if the pilot was careless. Fear of possible slow death in the cold void of space aside they would arrive at the mining camp eventually. Though calling it a camp was a disservice to its true construction. Near one of the many methane lakes that dotted Titan’s surface, the mining camp was a solid concrete structure sticking out of the ground. It resembled something akin to a bunker from the Red Wars on Mars than a mine used to conduct research. Setting down on an air pad that automatically retracted a protective dome the passengers would now be able to move around and stretch as the dome automatically shut above them and sealed to allow the air inside the small hangar to be hospitable in both temperature and oxygen content.