**July 4th, 3304, Friday**
Got up earlier then expected so decided to head out in the next part of the "Marathon" I don't even think I could call it that. So far so good systems were running normally. Until at 17:20 Fenrir III's flight assistance and distance sensors went haywire. Complete and total malfunction so I had to manually land her on the planet with no guidance... Needless to say I landed her... But not without first taking some heavy damages....
Thankfully though she'll still fly. Thrusters weren't affected by whatever hit it. Perhaps a solar flare from the nearby star? Thargoids? Doubtful on both maybe Fenrir III is just getting to be too old of a ship or this Marathon is taking it's toll on her. I try my best to take care of my ships because quite frankly if you don't take care of them who will? I was able to replace the damaged board in the center console without much trouble. Blown capacitors all over her so I'm suspecting I was hit with a solar flare.
Performed a quick Diagnostics Check on her and all modules were restored with no issues.
Hopefully she doesn't give me a mini-heart attack again before this trips over.
For now I'm going to take a quick breather. Unlike Fuel Scoops giving my ship a full tank it doesn't fulfill my own hunger. At least the food in the back will last two months before I have to head back to a station... Maybe I should reroute back to the closest station and repair Fenrir III before something else breaks in her like Fenrir II (KE-D89) did before I had to scrap her.