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The International Space Station, 2094.

From my 2016 book, 'How to Draw Sci-fi Utopias and Dystopias'. This is a descendant of our current ISS--at any given time it has a crew complement of about 100 astronauts, and serves as a disembarkation point to the lunar and Martian colonies. It contains dozens of laboratories, for geology, physics, chemistry, biology, botany, and many other fields of study. The entire outer skin of the ISS collects solar energy for power. The vehicle approaching from the right is a lunar shuttle preparing to dock. The cylindrical containers to the left are fuel tanks for ships outgoing to Mars. Pen and ink on Bristol board, digital color and finish, thanks Duran Duran for 'Be My Icon.'

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