Time's Eye - Part Two, Castaways in Time: Chapters 14 & 15 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Castaways in Time: Chapters 14 & 15 Summary

When it is time for Soyuz to land, Casey reminds Musa that they have no way of tracking them. Before losing contact with him, Musa suggests that they rename the new planet Mir meaning "world" and "peace." The signal begins to distort and break up, and the last thing Musa hears is Casey welcoming them home to Mir.

Captain Grove asks Casey for an update and he uses chalk to sketch an outline on the hull to illustrate the changes sent to them by Soyuz. The continents are similar, but each patch of time extends both into the air for some distance and into the ground, creating storms. Central Africa appears to be the oldest slice. There are three concentrations of people. Chicago is one; their group represents another; and the third site...

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