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Dee is learning how to repair aerostats in a gas giant's atmosphere.

... She's still got a lot of learning to do.

Sketched by the ever-sketchin' blue-penciled Roman Jones ( https://romanjones.deviantart.com/ )

female 556,212, rat 11,507, taur 2,654, balloon 1,977, scifi 1,672, gas 992, tool 548, wrench 333, science-fiction 258, drop 145, machinery 82, sf 71, clinging 23, perched 15, precarious 4, aerostat 3
Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 5 years, 1 month ago
Rating: General

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5 years, 1 month ago
So cute and so very true you always drop the tool you need the most!
5 years, 1 month ago
A teensy bit of further background:

Dee isn't a /complete/ idiot; she had a plan to hold onto any tools she lost. It didn't use tethers or magnets - instead, it used "gecko-tech", aka "geck" or "geck-tape". (A piece of geck is made up of flat strips, covered in microscopically fine hairs with spade-like tips. When one current is run through a piece of geck, the hairs all line up, and it becomes extremely adhesive; when the opposite current is run through, they release. Each square centimeter can support over a hundred pounds of force - that's about 50 kg in 1 gravity. Geck can replace clothes fasteners, nails, screws, duct-tape, air-mask seals, suction cups, and velcro. It costs about 65 New Attican Bucks per square meter.)

Her main flub was to not anticipate the interaction of two facts:
* Geck is controlled by electrical charges.
* An aerostat isn't grounded, and has little way of getting rid of any static charge that builds up...
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