Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin wrote in his autobiography Return to Earth: I am a very direct person: when I have a goal, it is stated. He underlined this point of view with a right to the jaw of a conspiracy crackpot who wouldn’t stop badgering him with a bible in 2009. No charges were filed as it was determined that Aldrin was provoked.
Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin wrote in his autobiography that, “there is no haze (in space). Delineations are quite sharp.” In other words, with no atmosphere in space, there is nothing to obscure. This begs the question: Does a story set in space also lose its atmosphere? And the characters? What happens to them without any haziness?