At LaGrange Point Three, space station Musashi spun with is siblings like cogs in an invisible machine. Sunlight filtered into the enormous cylinder, providing partial power for the station’s five hundred thousand inhabitants. Inside, the green haze in the air darkened in a simulation of a sunset timed with Greenwich Mean Time. Skyscrapers, streets, parks, lakes, and rivers lined the inside of the rotating station. It was a city-state in space.
Like a city-state, the inhabitants segregated themselves by complex social constructs. The more well-off clustered around the center, closer to the generators powering the station. The giant intrastellar corporations also set their regional offices here; executives, office workers, and tourists mixed together into a middle-class amalgam. Outwards, individual workers, service staff, and the less legal unaffiliated lived in a colder and more neglected part of the living space. Strangely enough, the outer edges of the station lighted up with…
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