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Space Odyssey

Thirty years after the launch of an exploratory anthology, a science fiction connoisseur wonders when we’ll discover brighter stars.

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I look around, and I remember the promise made to Abraham, Isaac, and Israel—‘I will multiply your seed as the stars of heaven’—and I think to myself, ‘A promise is a promise, but even a promise can go too far,’” says Milchik the Jewish-Venusian TV repairman. The stars themselves are more than enough, but when each star has maybe ten, twenty planets.

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Space Odyssey

Thirty years after the launch of an exploratory anthology, a science fiction connoisseur wonders when we’ll discover brighter stars.

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