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By: Kida Masashi
Genre: Sci-Fi, School Life
Serialized In: Weekly Shounen Magazine
In a near future where humans have safely traveled to Mars, the space program is looking to go to Jupiter for the first time in history. For Subaru Yuuto, Amami Kousei, one of the elite astronauts of the crew of the Jupitneer (the ship heading to Jupiter), is not only a person that he looks up to but is also a dear friend of many years. But tragedy strikes and a malfunction causes an explosion in the Jupitneer and the ship goes missing in deep space, most believing the crew to be dead.
Even with the devastating loss of a friend and hero, Yuuto joins the Core Space Academy to become a super class astronaut (aka Sirius) just like Kousei once was and explore parts of the universe that has not yet been known to man. The competition is cutthroat and he has to become the best of the best if he wants to be where his hero once was. Although the fear of the unknown is immense, Yuuto must learn to overcome it and become the hero for the next generation.
i read the first chapter.. is good but nothing special
Read all four before forming an opinion. Chapter one and two were a little boring, the story really starts with chapter three.
I agree with Kaiten. This manga is pretty more interesting than some people believe it is. I like star children a lot and the first two chapters weren't of the kind that you'd drop the manga immediately. The fourth chapter ended pretty good and this exercise is going to be pretty interesting, I look forward to the outcome of their first trial
Ohh, what? That's lame! I liked this series, too. I feel like sci-fi manga just isn't too popular in Japan right now =/
Ah maybe I shouldn't have started it in the end...
I guess Planete will still be the reference here... Now let's wait for the Uchuu Kyoudai animé.