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'''''Wayfarer''''' was a NASA space shuttle. It was sent up to the [[Joint Nations Space Research Station]] as part of an investigation into bio-weapons smuggling during the [[J.N.S.S. Incident]].<ref>''[[Resident Evil (DC Comics)|Resident Evil Vol.2]]'', [[Resident Evil Vol 2 Issue 1|Issue #1]].</ref>
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'''''Wayfarer''''' was a [[Wikipedia:National Aeronautics and Space Administration|NASA]] space shuttle. It was sent up to the [[Joint Nations Space Research Station]] as part of an investigation into bio-weapons smuggling during the [[J.N.S.S. Incident]].<ref>''[[Resident Evil (DC Comics)|Resident Evil Vol.2]]'', [[Resident Evil Vol 2 Issue 1|Issue #1]].</ref>
   
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==

Revision as of 23:22, May 24, 2015

Wildstorm universe
(Covers information from the D.C. comics)

Wayfarer was a NASA space shuttle. It was sent up to the Joint Nations Space Research Station as part of an investigation into bio-weapons smuggling during the J.N.S.S. Incident.[1]

Sources

  1. Resident Evil Vol.2, Issue #1.

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