Spaceau (127 spaceau stories)
The Venture Unit is known for being a generally shady organization. What with their dealings with pirate-gangs, corrupted planetary systems, trafficking, information dealing, and every other colour in this wide spectrum of highly illegal and dangerous flipside of the GLA Universe. The Venture Unit, however, is not known for putting together a team of highly irregular Beings (even by ga
On a mission to retrieve a stolen Gravity gem, Earthian Jongin seeks help from a friend he knows in Venus. They journey out together to retrieve the gem but is led to the resourceful Captain Oh in Jupiter. Together, they unravel many mysteries of the Universe, the Gem and the mission itself. But along the way the Earthian gets attracted to the Captain who dislikes him.
prompt: "Kyungsoo works for a galactic delivery company and is mildly content with his life. That is, until he is sent to make a delivery at a very distant planet and meets Jongdae."
On the run after a harrowing experience on Planet #181213, all EXO wants to do is return home and forget about the Red Force. But as the universe will have it, things are never that simple. Not when there’s an impending eclipse, threatening to bring them back to the very thing they’re trying to escape...
College in a space station? Romance? Disappearing Australian boy? Space terrorists threatening to destroy everything you've come to love, INCLUDING that adorable Aussie boy, Chan!? This fic is based off a dream I had, that was just so bizarre and twisty that I had to elaborate on it, and turn it in to something more tangible! A little funny, a little sad, and a pinch of crack with a kdrama ending! Welcome to "See Ya Later, Space Aussie."
Reach for the sky. That was something she had heard ever since she first picked up a book. And she had done just that, reached for the sky and way beyond until all she could see was black. Until her only beacon of light, of hope, was the silver-haired girl, shining brightly against the gigantic black hole in front of them.
“Siyeon, right?” She asked, rhetorical, and the girl gave her a curt, stiff nod. She started to clean her hands, staring at Siyeon. “Well, it’s going to be an expensive fix. Upwards two thousand struanes, I think. Old ships tend to be like that, you know? Impossible to predict.” Siyeon looked baffled. Handong counted down the seconds to the explosion. “Old ship? This baby is from a few months ago, I bought it new!”
The Aurora 8 was only a month away from departure when Wendy Son, the young but accomplished cadet, met Irene, the stunning commander of the 3rd division. Life on Earth had reached a critical point and several nations had begun launching their first space colonization missions. Simultaneous launches by the US and China were followed by other countries in the order drawn at the International Humanity Continuity Summit by their respective leadears. Korea drew 8th place.