“This is what we’ve worked for all these years.” Seth stared out the window at the moon slowly growing and eclipsing the starfield. After twenty years of pushing, prodding, and begging, he was finally allowed to begin construction.
That alone was worthy of celebration, as all previous construction projects on the moon were done by remote controlled 3D printers. Like those before him, he would use the moon’s surface to construct their buildings, but he would be there to manually operate the machines.
Too much had been built by laboratory jockeys. Without the human touch, was there truly a legacy?