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“Or, my desktop is like a home planet, with an off-world to run to if the home planet gets fried by a major solar flare, or so I tell myself. paintbox”
“And he does explicitly talk about developing the critical life support and crew systems required to remotely support human beings for 3+ years, i.e. focusing on the critical things we need to accomplish in order to learn how to live off-world.”
“This includes space-based energy capture and making off-world facilities completely self-sufficient as a medium-term goal;”
“Why he decided to sacrifice Zoe as well remains to be seen, but the boy wouldn't have dressed himself in an explosive suit if he had any intention of making it off-world.”
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“But long before even Yuri Gagarin went off-world, Russian cinema was imagining what he might find there – even if the likes of 1924's Aelita: Queen Of Mars were slightly off the mark.”
“One of the great things about SG-1 was that it lent itself a variety of stories - arc-driven vs. stand-alones, off-world vs. Earth-based, dark mythology vs. comedic outings, etc.”
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