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In the story of “Glass Dawn,” Dr. Silane goes through a space-time portal and builds a small landing area on a planet called Terra Lumina, which is a habitable planet in orbit around Star 3 of the trinary star system of Alpha-Centauri. The first star is Alpha Centaura, star 2 is Beta Centauri, and Star 3 is Proxima Centauri. The planet Delphi orbits around Star 3, but its orbit is closer than that of Terra Lumina. Terra Lumina is a colder planet, but life is easier to sustain.

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Terra Lumina of Star3 in the Trinary

Star System of Alpha Centauri

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written by Albert Einstein.

"The objective of avoiding total destruction must have

 priority over any other objective."

 

Albert Einstein, from the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist, Feb. 1948, pp 35-37. Reprinted by permission, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist.

 

 

 

 

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