SCP-390
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Item #: SCP-390

Object Class: Neutralized (previously Keter)

Special Containment Procedures: The Special Containment Procedures for SCP-390 are unknown at the moment. See Addendum 390-01 for more information.
Foundation Personnel are to utilize radiation safety protocols around SCP-390. Objecthandling (experiments etc.) is allowed at all times. Objecthandling is restricted and needs to be permitted by Dr. rer. nat. Dipl. Chem. Kowalski.

Description: No description available

The original appearance of SCP-390, its origin and its constituents are not known. It is currently stored in a lead cube with an approximate edge lenght of 2m. More examination is needed. SCP-390 is casted in glas, encased by a 22cm thick lead shell and is emitting all known sorts of radiation currently known. The Cube has an edge length of 2m, an overall mass of 57,79.103kg and the surface temperature of the cube is constant at (326,65 +/- 0,1)K. Light from IR to UV-range is emitted from the estimated center of the cube.

Addendum 390-01:

Documents regarding an uncataloged SCP were found in ████████████████ at Site 11 by Agent Johnson. The SCP was neutralized on the 20th of May in 1902. The location of the SCPs remains is not known. The item is now to be identified by the designation SCP-390. Special trained Class D personnel and Agents are charged to find the remains of item SCP-390 in all locations of the foundation.
Those with Level 2 Security Clearance should see documents 390-001-01, 390-001-02, 390-001-03, 390-001-04, 390-001-05, 390-001-06, 390-001-07, 390-001-08, 390-001-09, 390-001-10 and 390-001-11.

Addendum 390-02:

The remains of SCP-390 were found in a fallout shelter at Storage Site-23 by Agent Miller and Class D personnel Frank Hughes. They are contained by a 2m edge length cube consisting of lead. Markings on the cube indicate that the remains must be radioactive contaiminated. Further investigation is needed.

Addendum 390-03:

Item SCP-390 is now to be stored at containment Site-34. Future tests will be elaborated by newly assigned personnel for the item.

Documents #390-001-01 to #390-001-11:

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Document #390-001-01 Document #390-001-02 Document #390-001-03
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Document #390-001-04 Document #390-001-05 Document #390-001-06
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Document #390-001-07 Document #390-001-08 Document #390-001-09
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Document #390-001-10 Document #390-001-11

Memo #390-04: Regarding SCP-390s lead hull

All personnel should stop encarving thier names with coins into SCP-390s hull. It is funny to read "Joe wuz here" on a big cube but we don't know what is inside and if it is dangerous or not. Please follow this advice.
- Dr. Kowalski

Memo #390-05: Scientific Personnel

We need more serious personnel here. Dr. rer. nat. Phys. Hoang tried to invade 390s hull with a commercially available driller. I know that everybody wants to know what is inside this cube, but this is no excuse for nonscientific "research methods".
- Dr. Kowalski

Memo #390-07: Research

I demanded the use of SCP-343 and SCP-808 but haven't got a reply jet. EMR, MNR and CT-Scans as well as normal X-Ray just don't work with an object encapsulated within lead. The higher ups seem to ignore this.
- Dr. Kowalski

Memo #390-10: Regarding Dr. Hoang

Dr. Hoang is still insisting to drill a hole into the cube to see what is inside.
- Dr. Kowalski

Memo #390-13: Regarding Dr. Hoang

Dr. Hoang is obsessed by his work. I adviced him to take some days off.
- Dr. Kowalski

Memo #390-14: Report for Experiment 390/AAA

The spectral analysis data retrieved from SCP-390 are hard to interpret, as it seems like it is emitting unknown wavelengths.
- Dr. Kowalski

Memo #390-17: Regarding Dr. Hoang

It looks like Dr. Hoang never reached his home. I Hope he didn't do something imprudent.
- Dr. Kowalski

Document #390-002-01: Experiment 390/AAA

Experiment Log

Assistant #2748 :
Drill is pointed at the center of the front side of the cube. All systems ready.

Dr. Kowalski :
Okay, proceed.

Assistant #2748 :
Drill activated.

Dr. Hoang :
See, I told you the drill will work.

Dr. Kowalski :
Ya, okay, you get your money later.

Assistant #2748 :
4.3cm, material density thickens.

Dr. Hoang :
Turn down to 1000rpm.

Assistant #2748 :
Copy that.

Dr. Kowalski :
Increase coolant flow-rate, the temperature is now 60K over surface temperatur

Assistant #3341 :
Affirmative.

[ALARM SOUND]

Dr. Kowalski :
What happened?

Dr. Hoang :
The drill broke at 22cm

Assistant #2748 :
Pulling back drill.

Dr. Kowalski :
Get a cam in that hole!

Dr. Hoang :
What is that?

Dr. Kowalski :
Looks like glass…

Dr. Hoang :
No I mean that glow.

Dr. Kowalski :
Get me a spectral analysis of this now, further drilling is not needed today…

End of experiment log

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