5 Things I learned From My Last 24 Hours in Space

Vast. Unforgiving. Deadly. Intimidating. Mesmerizing. & 5 Other Things

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There is something magical about being in spaceship and looking at a planet that is to scale. A scale so grandiose and immense, that low key you are panicking. If one thing goes wrong — there you go. You loose everything. Your life. Your efforts. Your belongings. It really is catastrophic.

And then you re-spawn as a saved copy in your designated home planet and do it all over again. If you are confused, then I will find it sensible to believe that perhaps you don’t follow space simulators closely. Well, my husband and I do, and after two and a half years of interacting with the infinite Alpha phased game called Star Citizen by Robert Space Industries — I find it very exciting to be part of the journey.

One of a million consecutive breathtaking view in this game

#1 — Waiting is Future-proof

Star Citizen is *very realistic. The scale, the distances, the waiting. Did I already say it was a simulator? Waiting for my spaceship to be delivered, waiting as I speed through quantum travel, and waiting as I have to use hydrogen fuel to get near a station and then wait until my request is approved to port.

In Star Citizen you have to wait for the random planet storms to pass to continue…

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