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2061: Odyssey Three Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 39, The Captain's Table Summary

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Chapter 39, The Captain's Table Summary

As the long voyage to Europa continues and life aboard Universe settles into routines, the Captain's Table becomes a central discussion and storytelling place for the famous passengers. Theories about who hijacked Galaxy and why are batted about, but the only solid information is the background of Rose McCullen. Her real name is Ruth Mason, and she has a background in law enforcement, but then turned to Africa and, assuming from her hijacking, radical politics.

The famous passengers entertain well at the Captain's Table, except for Victor Willis. He claims that small audiences are intimidating to a journalist accustomed to addressing millions of faceless listeners. Yva tells stories about the directors with whom she has worked, and Mihailovich gives backstage anecdotes. Colonel Greenberg's account of the early ice mining on the Moon fascinates the little audience.

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