Balderich Von Adler
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SCP-XXXX, secured in its hangar.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained on Site 81 in a secure above ground hangar constructed of a standard steel alloy. The hangar has two small entrances on either side with electronic locks requiring Level 2 security clearance. No one is allowed in the hangar without the presence of a Class C personnel. No personnel are allowed onsite between 10:00 PM and 5:00 AM without clearance from Dr. Schmidt. A nightly security sweep of the entire hangar will be performed at 11:00 PM. All items brought on board SCP-XXXX-A must be checked and logged, nothing brought onboard is to stay onboard when the hatch closes. This is a safety precaution following experiment XXXX-03.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a Goodyear branded airship approximately 1.5x the size of an average Goodyear Blimp. All windows are opaque and impossible to see through from the outside. SCP-XXXX is completely stationary and seemingly incapable of flight. Upon entry, personnel pass into an instance of SCP-XXXX hereon referred to as SCP-XXXX-A. SCP-XXXX-A is an exact replica of SCP-XXXX that is constantly in flight, perpetually in forward motion. Cockpit controls within SCP-XXXX-A are completely locked, and onboard flight instruments always read as if the SCP is at a standard 460-meter altitude on Earth with minimal wind resistance.
When SCP-XXXX-A was initially boarded by personnel, the surrounding environment seemed to be that of the Himalayan Mountains. This can be confirmed both by eyewitness reports of Mt. Everest climbers and a simple test involving a GPS device. After ██ hours onboard, personnel disembarked. Once all personnel had disembarked and all equipment brought onboard had been removed, SCP-XXXX’s entry hatch automatically closed. Approximately ██ hours later, personnel boarded SCP-XXXX-A for the second time. Researchers reported SCP-XXX-A as being in a completely different location than what was previously observed. This time, SCP-XXXX-A was identified as being in the Utopia Basin region of Mars. SCP-XXXX-A’s flight instruments read completely normal, matching that of what a blimp’s instruments would read at standard altitude on Earth with minimal wind interference. The Researchers yet again disembarked, and upon embarking again the environment around SCP-XXXX-A had changed. The environment seemed to be Earth, however, A GPS device was brought onboard and could not pinpoint the location of the SCP-XXXX as it did in the Himalayas.

While researchers are within SCP-XXXX-A, the exit door may remain open or closed. When the door is open, the hangar in which SCP-XXXX can be seen. To test whether or not SCP-XXXX-A was moving itself to these locations or we were entering different instances of SCP-XXXX-A, an apple was placed in the pilot’s chair by a single researcher. The researcher disembarked, then re-embarked to find [DATA EXPUNGED].

All flight logs and experimentation done on SCP-XXXX can be found here (I'll write up the experiment logs later)

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