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First Space Nation, Asgardia, Revealed

This month at a press conference in Paris, plans were unveiled for the world’s first “space nation.” A “space nation” is an unrestricted, free society, not ruled by politics or economics, that values humanity with knowledge, intelligence and science. Decisions are purely based on science. Scientists from...
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