"Are you sure you want this?" she was asked. The freighter's captain floated next to her while the two of them watched the ship's approach to the station in the bridge's central holomonitor. The small ship was old, very old, and hadn't been upgraded with pseudo-gravity. It probably never would due to the cost.

The station, in the monitor, was two large spheres connected by the cylindrical habitat. It was 500 meters long, end-to-end; the spheres were . . .

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