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Endless Possibilities: Why SF Matters Now More Than Ever

As I walked my dog Mia last night I gazed up at the Moon for several minutes. Our tidally-locked satellite has never ceased to fascinate me, even though our species has visited it numerous times, called those visitations into question with childish conspiracy theories, and now plans to return, this time to stay. But to me the Moon is more than a mere satellite; it is another world. I never…

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