Professor Nova runs an observatory in the Snowy Mountain suburb of Speedville, called the "Snowy Mountain Observatory". She keeps an eye out for meteorites and other space objects as well as UFOs. She spotted a meteorite burning up through the atmosphere and had you gather up the remaining pieces that were scattered all over one of the race tracks in the mountains. She later holds a benefit race to collect funds to renovate the observatory. After this she wants you to help her with experiments of time and later zero gravity.
Meteorite or Wrong
Aim: Collect as many meteor shards as you can before time runs out (1 minute, 50 seconds)
Introduction: Hello dear, I'm Professor Nova, stargazer!Could you try to find some fragments for me? Just follow the Ionization trail, you can't miss 'em!
Completion: AHA! Just as I thought! Simple meteor shards, and NOT the wreckage of a UFO. That's a relief!
Reward: Bio Port Engine, Ghost
Shooting Star Race
Aim: Finish in 1st, 2nd or 3rd place.
Introduction: Welcome back, [player name]! I've organized a benefit race to renovate the observatory. You know, inn case aliens come and visit! We'd want it to look nice, right? // I've asked Dr. F to lend us some Soccer Ball and Force Field Power-Ups. Are you interested?
Completion: Wonderful! You were so fast I thought you'd reach escape velocity! Here, this is for you!
Aim: Pass as many gates as you can before time runs out!
Introduction: [player name]! How nice of you to visit, dear ... and timely, too! I need your help for a little science experiment. // As you know, time and space are relative. I need you to help me prove it by going as fast as you can! // Ready for some TIME SCIENCE?
Completion: My, these results are very interesting! Thank you for your help [player name]! Here's your compensation.
Reward: Railroad Car
Aim: Avoid obstacles and reach the finish line before time runs out
Introduction: Well, if it isn't my little lab assistant? Ready for another experiment? This one involves as obstacle course and anti-gravity! // Do you have the right stuff, dear? That's what they say, right?