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Of a Note in a Cosmic Song - Part Two: SJilai

SJilai meaning destiny is the spacekabin that will carry the colonists from DJar to their new home planet. It’s a luxurious transport the fastest ship the Bijari have ever built – designed as an inverted planet with ‘real’ daylight artificial plants to produce their food and three miniature cities on the inner shell of the massive hull. And yet the whole thing is no more than a speck travelling at breakneck speeds through space. For Aryan the pilot this is the greatest adventure of his life but for Daili and Benjamar four years of mediating clashes between passengers will prove to be just as challenging.

Of a Note in a Cosmic Song - Part Two: SJilai -
Of a Note in a Cosmic Song - Part Two: SJilai
SJilai, meaning destiny, is the spacekabin that will carry the colonists from DJar to their new home planet.

It’s a luxurious transport, the fastest ship the Bijari have ever built – designed as an inverted planet with ‘real’ daylight, artificial plants to produce their food, and three miniature cities on the inner shell of the massive hull.

And yet, the whole thing is no more than a speck travelling at breakneck speeds through space.

For Aryan, the pilot, this is the greatest adventure of his life, but for Daili and Benjamar, four years of mediating clashes between passengers will prove to be just as challenging.
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Used expressions:Of a Note in a Cosmic Song - Part Two: SJilai ,SJilai meaning destiny is the spacekabin that will carry the colonists from DJar to their new home planet. It’s a luxurious transport the fastest ship the Bijari have ever built – designed as an inverted planet with ‘real’ daylight artificial plants to produce their food and three miniature cities on the inner shell of the massive hull. And yet the whole thing is no more than a speck travelling at breakneck speeds through space. For Aryan the pilot this is the greatest adventure of his life but for Daili and Benjamar four years of mediating clashes between passengers will prove to be just as challenging.

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