The Sky Above the Port
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Item #: SCP-S

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: All SCP-S instances are to be kept on operational standby in orbit around Earth. Each station is to maintain a crew of at least 2 personnel at all times. These personnel are to be rotated every 6 months.

Personnel situated aboard are to routinely

Activation is prohibited for an indefinite period of time.

Description: SCP-S is an array of kinetic bombardment stations in orbit around Earth. Each station utilizes altered Scranton Reality Anchors as ammunition instead of tungsten rods. All stations remain fully operational. Currently, there are 14 in orbit around the Earth.

Each station is equipped with living quarters, a small recreation center, and a command room, with a maximum occupancy of 4. Activation of SCP-S requires at 2 operators to simultaneously activate two switches in the command room. With all 14 stations, 86% of the planet is able to be targeted at any given moment. It is suspected that there is one station which is still unaccounted for.

SCP-S was discovered when a previously unknown room in the basement of Site-37 was found during site expansion efforts. The room served as both an archive and launch room for all SCP-S instances. The room had suffered from significant fire damage, rendering most of the archives lost and the launch computers dysfunctional. This damage has since been repaired.

The recovered documents refer to SCP-S as the 'SERAPHIM Array' and that the array was completed sometime prior to 1935. The documents make reference to other projects being completed and even used within this time frame. Exact details of these other projects are unknown, but it is suspected that these projects had to do with the manipulation of humes.

These documents also reference a conflict with an unknown entity.

Addendum XXXX.1 - Recovered Documentation:

Addendum XXXX.2 - Interview with O5-5:

A single station, in orbit around the moon. Perfectly stationary on the dark side of the moon. Targeting…something…

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