Impressive but inscrutable, sunships have been a source of puzzlement for even the most dedicated scholars of the Suns. Although too aloof to speak with mere vislae, sunships have been, on occasion, known to respond more favourably to some forms of greetings than others.
Part 1 of this volume collects the observations of dedicated sunship travel aficionados who have been conducting amateur experiments in communication with sunships.
Part 2 lists a set of transliterations of the utterances sunships have been heard making to each other. Although no real progress has been made on interpreting this language, the corpus presented here might be of use to future scholars of the sunships.
Written by David Harris