Tag Archives: Interstellar Travel

A Rare Commodity

Mika ate the last bite. “Best tuna sandwich ever! But still, $500 is too much.” “I know,” said Bill. “But there’s chipping charges. It had to be shipped into Earth orbit.” “Yeah.” “Then through the hypergate to Ross 154. And … Continue reading

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The Last Photo

Monique loved photography and loved traveling. Having an interstellar ship provided ample opportunity for both. She stopped at Gamma Petreon to refuel. While she waited she roamed the orbital habitat. Happily, she discovered a fellow photography buff reselling cameras in … Continue reading

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The Watch – Sunday Photo Fiction

The Watch Clarence found the watch he wanted resting in a curio store in Soho. It called to him somehow. The movement was clearly visible through a clear plate. The artistry of its manufacture easily visible. “I’m sorry,” said Hampton … Continue reading

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Horsing Around – Sunday Photo Fiction

Horsing Around Mr. Puck, the History of Spaceflight Museum’s tour guide, led the 8th graders to another picture on the wall. Much of the elderly man’s body had been replaced by artificial equipment, but nothing yet had replaced his aging … Continue reading

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