Cyberbrate indicates that files concerning the Aleman station appear to have been deliberately deleted prior to the planet's deactivation. Partial recovery identifies one of the drives as containing a VoidGate backup for immediate activation in the case that the primary drive is disabled, but information on the other two drives is unavailable. We will either have to erase both, or pick one (So, you know, vote on that. 1, 2, or both. I promise I won't cheat, no matter how much giving you the mission-critical data has the potential to make you gods among...men? Worms? Whatever).
Inasmuch as the planet burned away most of its core before our attack and is running entirely on momentum, the navigation is locked. Nevertheless, we set Labbrate to calculate its trajectory.
After a few minutes of advanced gravitational computation, calculation of stellar drift, and logarithms, Labbrate states that after approximately 24,200 years, the planet will become a captured body in the Lutrious system, an unexplored star system (that, for narrative purposes, is outside of the Koprulu Sector, even though the planet is traveling at sublight speeds, and thus shouldn't get anywhere that far in a LONG time).
A unit using Warp techniques could likely reach the system in a matter of weeks.
(You, sir, have the chance to re-vote! See above)
While there are interface devices on Dufay, none of them respond to our units. They all display the same message: