KaktusKontainer VI
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Item#: 001
Level5
Containment Class:
explained
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SCP-001


Assigned Site Site Director Research Head Assigned Task Force
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Special Containment Procedures: The access point to SCP-001 is restricted to Level 5.001 personnel only. Unauthorized access is strictly forbidden.

Containment Procedures Memorandum 5/16/1997: SCP-001 is no longer accessible. Object reclassified as Neutralized.

Containment Procedures Memorandum 5/17/1997: SCP-001 has been reclassified as Explained. No additional containment procedures are necessary. See Addendum 001.X for more information.

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Access point to SCP-001.

Description: SCP-001 is a small space-time anomaly manifesting on the east wall of an auxiliary containment storage room in the now-abandoned K-Wing beneath Site-19. SCP-001 manifested shortly after the self-termination of SCP-239 elsewhere in the K-Wing. The anomaly, which acts as a passthrough into an extra-spatial area, is roughly 2.38m in length and 0.41m at its widest point.

Beyond the threshold of SCP-001 is a barren world, likely extraterrestrial in nature, covered entirely by large dunes of sand, dust and ash, often in excess of 100m in height. The planet, identified as 001-Rhea, appears to be entirely uninhabited and devoid of all life. The temperature of 001-Rhea is roughly -85 °C during daylight hours, dropping to -142 °C at night. 001-Rhea appears to orbit a brown dwarf star1, which is the only object in the sky visible with the human eye. 001-Rhea maintains an extremely thin atmosphere composed primarily of carbon dioxide, molecular nitrogen and argon, with traces levels of carbon monoxide, hydrogen, water vapor, and oxygen.

Based on information gathered from surviving probes and unmanned vehicles, 001-Rhea

Addendum 0000.1: Discovery

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