A new race for space has begun. With repercussions reaching even the remotest corners of the earth.
Spaceports are springing up around the globe and could catapult indigenous societies along the equator - such as the Papuans - into a new era. The Indonesian government is hoping West Papua is its key to joining the circle of space nations. The island Biak is ideal for launching satellites into space at a low cost. But launching rockets from here will fundamentally change the lives of Marten Abrauw and his clan.
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