Earth has had it’s run taken out by the very asteroids they’d taken to harvesting for resources. Now the dreams of space colonization are humanities only hope for survival, as they flee the ruins of their homeworld. Will humanity bond together – or will they fall apart?
- November: Framed
The Jiaolong II was a science vessel, she flew to and from Mars to supply the research bases there. Now it’s been reduced to a simple emergency spacecraft. Trips to and from had been made for days but now the vessel is boarding its final occupants. Mere hours before the fiery skies consume Earth as a ball of rock and fire collides into the planet. One girl stands in line and waits, hoping she and her family make it on board.
- November: Two by Two
Dipa and Deo two zoologist assigned to the GSLV-Kota watched as Asteroid Aditi destroyed Earth. Now, unable to contact their headship, they are left alone headed to the Indian science base on Europa. Their cargo of what remains of India’s flora and fauna their only human company is each other. Weeks go back as they journey forward, but when they finally make contact with other humans – it’s not what they expect.
- November: Old News Part One | Part Two
With days left to evacuate the large moon colony, Genoa, the population of the colony becomes angered with leadership. Leaving the colony coordinator, Eligio Adesso, to try and stem the fires before the rising anger gets’s in the way of the final stages of the evacuation. Of course, it would be old news to him that an old running opponent would end up being his biggest problem.
- November: Fly Me To ???
The crew of the research and construction vessel, the Olokun, has finally finished their journey to the far edges of the solar system. Completing their legendary work upon Pluto – they prepare to return home, only to find that the home they once knew isn’t where they remember it being.
- November: Big Red Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four
The world after Earth is one unfamiliar and familiar in ways unexpected by most of humanity. Settlements begin to pop across the solar system, dotting the surface of moons and former research bases. Avalon, a former water research facility on Mars, is no different. Though how long it can hold together some semblance of peace is yet to be determined.