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Benjamin C. Kinney watched his wife leave on a simulated mission to Mars, and wouldn’t see her in-person again for a year. The experience, and
Often finding inspiration in science and each other’s ideas, Jay Werkheiser and Frank Wu are no strangers to Analog’s pages. Their new story “Communion” explores