Would you like to live on a space station?

Artistic concept of an operational New Venice outpost by Suzi Bianco
Artistic concept of an operational New Venice outpost by Suzi Bianco

What if you could live on a space station comfortably? What if it was a hotel-casino, a place to play, see the stars, see the Earth in the distance? Have a thrill of your life? Would you do it?

That’s the setting of my upcoming science fiction mystery series — set about 100 years into the future, in the era of space stations around the Earth, and around other planets, a Mars colony, and a Moon one too.

I have been having so much fun researching my series, including following some great resources online.

One of my favorites is Space Decentral https://spacedecentral.net/. They’re building a decentralized space program, connecting thousands of engineers, scientists, and future astronauts, to devise and fund next-generation space initiatives.

I really fell in love with their article “How I designed a space outpost” by Suzi Bianco, adapted from Suzi’s master’s thesis — which I’m now reading!

If you’d like to know more about my upcoming Janey McCallister Space Station series, go here.

 

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About Beth Barany

Award-winning author, Beth Barany writes magical tales of romance, mystery, and adventure that empower women and girls to be the heroes of their own lives.
Beth Barany, Award-winning Author

Beth Barany writes magical tales of romance, mystery, and adventure that empower women and girls to be the heroes of their own lives. Beth is the award-winning author of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer and the acclaimed paranormal romance Touchstone series.

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2 thoughts on “Would you like to live on a space station?”

  1. Mary Van Everbroeck

    It’s fascinating to learn about the kind and amount of research you do while writing your books. I’m sure that this greatly adds to the richness of your readers’ experience! Looking forward to reading the upcoming, “Janey McCallister Space Station Series.”

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