SPOCK: Check the circuit.
TYLER: All operating, sir.
SPOCK: It can't be the screen then. Definitely something out there, Captain, headed this way.
TYLER: It could be these meteorites.
ONE: No, it's something else. There's still something out there.
TYLER: It's coming at the speed of light, collision course. The meteorite beam has not deflected it, Captain.
ONE: Evasive manoeuvres, sir?
PIKE: Steady as we go.
GARISON: It's a geocache, sir. We're passing through an old-style instant notification signal.
PIKE: They were keyed to cause interference and attract attention this way.
GARISON: A cache has published, sir. That's it. No other message.
TYLER: I have a fix. It comes from the Earth.
ONE: We have no finds that far out.
SPOCK: Its call letters check with a geocache GC475MH. It was hidden in that region at year 2013.
TYLER: It would take that long for a radio beam to travel from there to here.
SPOCK: Records show there are no finds. It has never been explored.
ONE: Then it could still be searchable, even after so many years.
PIKE: If it survived from muggles.
SPOCK: We aren't going to go, to be certain?
PIKE: Not without any indication of coordinates, no. Continue to the Vega Colony and take care of our own caches and trackables first. You have the helm. Maintain present course.
ONE: Yes, sir.
SPOCK: We're intercepting a follow-up message, sir. There are mystery cache bogus coordinates pointing to the city of Porvoo.
GARISON: Small size, difficulty and terrain levels four, binoculars required and freezing atmosphere attributes set. The message faded at that point, sir.
PIKE: Address intercraft.
TYLER: System open.
PIKE: This is the captain. We have a first to find situation. Our destination is the city of Porvoo on the planet Earth. Our time warp, factor seven.
TYLER: We have a problem with the navigation, sir. The navigation computer doesn't identify the destination from the current star map.
SPOCK: The simple fact is unless there's something seriously wrong with the ship's equipment, that the star map has been entered somehow in a wrong way.
PIKE: Put it on the screen.
ONE: Would that be upside down?
PIKE: Let's hope that we can solve this problem by feeding it through Mister Spock's computer. Can the computer recognize the image, Mister Spock?
SPOCK: That is a very intriguing question. Computer show a disturbance in this quadrant, Captain.
PIKE: Go ahead, Mister Spock.
SPOCK: The ship's computer records shows, that there is an extra star system on the map. I suggest we study this anomaly more precisely and do some background research when we have settled into orbit, Captain.
PIKE: Agreed. Are we ready or not?
TYLER: Course computed and on the screen.
ONE: All decks have acknowledged, sir.