Orbital Opulence 2030
The same way "hard" science fiction requires its stories to be technically at least plausible, we do the same with the environment and economics, spacecraft and startups, fashion and food, and even art and – which is finally taking more place in space. You can visit the spaceports, download the investor brochures for the asteroid miners, join NASA's challenges to grow food on the moon, and even sign up for the BetaSpace festival taking place offworld seven years from now.
The Dawning of Culturian Age
Culturianism, the practice of consumption of cultured products, has clearly passed its fad phase, and is quickly becoming the social and psychological counterpart to interspecies economics and regenerative manufacturing. In issue #1 of 2030, we look at its impact on food, fashion, travel, and futures.