The man stared at his phone in consternation, swiping at a 3D map of the hollowed out asteroid back and forth with jagged swipes of his fingers.
“Where are you trying to go?” I asked.
“St. Dominic’s Cathedral,” he said.
“You can’t get there from here.”
“Why not?” He asked. I pointed upwards. The tips of the cathedral’s grand spires pointed down at us from the the ceiling of the mile-wide chamber carved into the rock.
“Oh, thanks,” He said. He stepped out into the square and ignited his jetpack, scattering trash everywhere.
“Tourists,” I muttered, cleaning up the debris.

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