This wasn't the first time she had gotten in an argument with a superior officer, she had gotten in arguments with Tso-Taii numerous times. Alia knew enough about these kinds of arguments that no matter what happened next she was in trouble. Though arguing with the Taisa was much more terrifying then Tso-Taii's had ever been.
"Mam, I'm sorry I may be a good pilot, in fact I'd venture to say excellent pilot, but there is only so much I can do at once. Perhaps if the bridge had a few more bodies then just the two of us then I could focus on the flying instead of having to comb through the garbled non-sense data that we are getting in the cloud cover.
Besides I had no idea where the transport was before I left atmosphere, the Aeon leaving the interference layer didn't change that. In any case it's not like it can leave the system, the interference coupled with the close proximity to a gravity well would make an FTL attempt impossible.
Also if they have tracking systems, they'd have to be above the interference layer otherwise they'd have the same limited sensor range we do.
Taisa, please I'm only trying to do my job to the best of my abilities." Alia said.
"Eternity, I know the interference is terrible but I want you to sweep for any signs of the missing transport in the atmosphere as we descend." She sent telepathically.