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Item #: SCP-@

Object Class: Apollyon

Special Containment Procedures: (not good at writing these)
~ this wouldn't really be possible to contain since the sky cannot be forever hidden
~ hence I feel there would be a need to somehow make a starless sky the new norm

Description: SCP-@ is a sphere which encompasses the entirety of the solar system. It was formerly characterised by intricate patterns which were universally accepted as being stars, planets, galaxies etc. SCP-@ is impenetrable, with attempts to leave the sphere resorting in the subject instantaneously teleporting to the opposite side of the sphere. Whether there is anything beyond SCP-@ is yet to be determined.

Discovery: (I don't know whether I'll keep this info here or include it elsewhere yet) On November 6th [REDACTED (for legit reasons shush)], amateur and professional astronomers reported the disappearance of several noteworthy stars including Rigil Kentaurus, Sirius, Canopus, Vega, etc, (maybe a footnote clarifying that the determining factor of these disappearances are not distance from earth but rather how bright a star is).

~ maybe dealing with the reports sent in by a space probe?
~ interviews with people may help establish society's reaction better
~ hmmm
~ plans for how to deal with this phenomena?