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Crops are mysteriously dying aboard a colony ship during its one-way voyage to settle a distant planet, and one hydroponics engineer is determined to discover what’s happening before it’s too late to save the colony. The real answer turns out to be even worse than she could have imagined.
The Huangdi, one of five identical Mikkelsen-class colony ships in the JijiColony fleet, which were designed specifically for the needs of this mission. Each ship holds around 1,000 colonists, along with supplies, equipment, and resources to help them survive the 2.5-year voyage—and to establish a successful colony on Jijivisha when they arrive.
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Sean Dillingham as Raul Malvilla
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Adam Russell as Omar al-Balawi
Jim Liu as Li Zong-Wei
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