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Interview: Stephen Baxter by Ernest Lilley
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Feature Coverage: Stephen Baxter Interview / Coalescent / Time's Eye

SFRevu: Your essay "The Moon Is Hell" (Astronomy Now, September 1998) concluded with the comment that

"the Moon may be, after all, the stepping-stone to the future. Earth is probably unique. But we can expect to find small rocky worlds like the Moon everywhere. If we can live off the land on the Moon, we can live anywhere."

What was your reaction to President Bush's new Space Initiative, in which he echoed this and a number of other sentiments that the SF community have espoused about our nearest neighbor?

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Feature Coverage: Stephen Baxter Interview / Coalescent / Time's Eye

SFRevu: Your essay "The Moon Is Hell" (Astronomy Now, September 1998) concluded with the comment that

"the Moon may be, after all, the stepping-stone to the future. Earth is probably unique. But we can expect to find small rocky worlds like the Moon everywhere. If we can live off the land on the Moon, we can live anywhere."

What was your reaction to President Bush's new Space Initiative, in which he echoed this and a number of other sentiments that the SF community have espoused about our nearest neighbor?

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