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‘Out of this World’ is an extraterrestrial adventure of discovering alien life forms, plant species and astounding surprises in a diverse and multi-colored parallel universe. Many items are hidden and waiting to attack. Come and enjoy the company of your neighbors in space!View this destination »
Liquid Fusion is an apparel store specializing in liquid/fitted mesh. Fitted mesh moves with all avatar shape modifiers, while regular rigged mesh won’t move with parts of the body. You need an alpha layer for fitted mesh, so come visit!View this destination »
Get a taste of life on the other side of the stars in this surprisingly realistic build that includes many of the areas you'd expect to find in a livable interstellar habitat like a med station, greenhouse, and living quarters. There's also a hidden science lab that's home to a very special guest.View this destination »
Stonehenge in space? Fly up high to visit and experience this new twist on one of the most famous monuments in the world.View this destination »
Ready to chill out on the Galilean Moons of Jupiter? Watch amazing pictures from space while doing yoga within this 3D planetarium dome.View this destination »
Come ride a magnetically-powered space elevator into geostationary orbit! The Space Elevator at Bowness simulates what it's like to be in a Space Station 3600 km (2200 miles) above Earth. The concept of a space elevator using carbon nanotubes is currently being evaluated by NASA, and should become viable within decades.View this destination »
Unleash your own power! Play and explore in virtual world version of Star Journey Symbol Method. Interactive Symbols lead to valuable personal insights and inspiration. Enjoy beautiful gardens and sky galleries in this spiritual and empowering sim. Based on Richard Geer’s latest book: “Star Journey – A Cosmology of Self.”View this destination »
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