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This one should be (in theory) quite easy to work out. We know from the final panel that the Aniara traveled for 5,981,407 years before reaching its destination. We also know that its destination was the Constellation Lyra. Unfortunately, this is where the calculations break down a bit since Lyra isn't a place, but rather a cluster of stars that happen to be ...


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It certainly wasn't intended in the original source poem. That ends with the mima worshippers sitting huddled against the encroaching darkness, then eventually dying and turning to dust as their "sarcophagus" continues to hurtle through space for thousands more years. There's no good indication that their bones ever come to rest, anywhere other than the ...


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It was stated at the start of the film (as part of the general worldbuilding in the first act) that communications with both Earth and Mars would be suspended for the duration of the voyage. "All communications systems will be down until we've reached our destination". No specific reason is given for this, but it would appear that it has something to ...


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It doesn't have supplies for years, it has supplies for a few months which the crew then eke out by supplementing with edible algae. Since the journey was intended to be three weeks, presumably with a three week turnaround, this seems to be the correct amount of supplies. Captain: How soon can we increase algae production to cover our food needs? ...


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