Official Engadine Anomaly Document ICI Technological Scientific Research Foundation Date of Login: 10.26.2000 Report designated by 5th TSRF Division, Lab RC60101 Professor. Luevancruix, Miers We of the Interstellar Communication Installation’s scientific branch would like to extend our deepest appreciation to the Global Council and the International Administrative Gather for the funding and the facilitation of this operation, which from this date has become one of great success. This document shall brief you, the North America 980 Status General, Thomas Ernesto Johnson, on all of our findings. The site lies east of St. Moritz within the Engadine Valley, Graubuden, Switzerland. The site drew our attention after we had detected unusually high levels of Niy' Ton-flux emissions, most recognizably, Cosmitization broadcasts unlike any on record. This was occurring 2.20 kilometers beneath the Earth's surface, the surface area 46.454889 latitude by 9.857311 longitude. Our surveyors inspected the area's top soil, bedrock, and flora, and have discovered several structural anomalies in the environmental compositions, including several states of matter undiscovered on Earth. Where it was settled, we would not have been able to safely reach if not for the data-share provided by KEA33D.
The RC60101 facilities are now fully functional, and are collecting all information for the uprooting process. RC60101A is the primary observatory and research center, and also the top access to the bridging elevation system within the tunnel that shall lift the object upwards while it lays undisturbed inside our custom-made protective mold that is RC60101B, the very subterranean laboratory established at the foot of the elevation system. Within three days, if without delay, Operation E2 will be accomplished as the object will be taken up by way of a Tri-Wing Carrier for transfer to Installation 412 in the United States, as requested by President Balu.