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A zoomed-in portion of SCP-XXXX's interface.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: All SCP-XXXX instances are kept on their respective planets, with . Until the nature of SCP-XXXX's construction can be ascertained, civilian development of interstellar travel is to be suppressed. Testing has been suspended indefinitely.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a 5-meter tall cylindrical device designed for teleporting a user. Externally, the device is composed mainly of translucent green plastic, with its circuitry at the base completely visible. The interior of SCP-XXXX contains a keypad and a screen. Displayed on the screen is an advanced diagram of a large system of galaxy groups, presumed to be an unidentified supercluster. Several points are highlighted in this diagram, designated with separate numbers, and can be zoomed in on individually. The keypad contains 9 glyphs and a single unmarked button.

Upon entering a sequence of three glyphs and pressing the unmarked button, SCP-XXXX transports the user to the location (as designated on its interface), into a separate, identical instance of SCP-XXXX. Each instance of SCP-XXXX is located on a separate planet. Notably, each of these planets are capable of sustaining life; despite this, nearly all planets are entirely devoid of life.

SCP-XXXX was discovered during interactions with an anomaly capable of interstellar travel. Upon its discovery, Foundation agents noted it along with several other anomalous objects used for scientific purposes. After its initial discovery, tests were soon scheduled; these tests have been logged below.

The following is a brief listing of relevant notable planets discovered via SCP-XXXX:

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