Start with a Sun and move on out
The future's in the skies above.
This is actually a space base construction site, so watch your back and keep your helmet on or the government (OSHA) will fine me!
No, the doors don't open on the construction shack. Yes, the funky trans-smoke panels are solar collectors. The little white flyers are actually Magno-Cranes (patent pending) that lift heavy metal objects like the moonbase's permanent structual supports by -- ta da! -- magnetic force.
Space: It's hard out there for a chimp.
The auto-hauler (patent pending) carries materials from the stockyard (or crash site) to the construction zone. Since the CSA (Classic Space Agency -- not Confederate States of America) is trying to establish a number of outposts here on the bare surface of Princharry, we just ask you to remember that what happens here, stays here. Unless it's photographed for the Daily Mail, that is.
To be displayed at Brickworld Fort Wayne later this month. No, it's not moonbase standard. Didn't I just say it was ripped off?