Charlotte Fisher lives under colliding skies. It’s the second half of the twenty-first century, and mankind has reached Earth orbit but not much farther. Orbital debris is a by-product of the industrial activity, and it’s dangerous both to everyone up there and the bottom lines of the corporations offering a prize to get rid of it. Charlotte heads up a team chasing the Manx Prize for the first successful, controlled de-orbit of a dead satellite. To win, she and her team must out-think and out-engineer a cheating competitor, dodge a collusive regulator, and understand the temptations offered by a large and powerful seastead. The sky’s not the limit. It’s the challenge. Lots of space law, real and imaginary, in this one.
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