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* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: A comedic example in the final volume's omake. Quitterie released a moderately successful diary of her experiences in space, only to be beat out by Charce's lifeform paper. ''That'' is beat out by Ulgar's novel, but all of their books' popularity combined can't hold a candle to Yun-Hua's gravure magazine.

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* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: A comedic example in the final volume's omake. Quitterie released a moderately successful diary of her experiences in space, only to be beat out by Charce's lifeform paper. Zack's novel. ''That'' is beat out by Ulgar's novel, Charce's lifeform paper, but all of their books' popularity combined can't hold a candle to Yun-Hua's gravure magazine.


The manga has been licensed by Creator/VizMedia in the U.S. and other English-speaking countries they cover. The series can be read for free [[https://www.viz.com/shonenjump/chapters/astra-lost-in-space on their website]]. New translated chapters appear every other Saturday.

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The manga has been licensed by Creator/VizMedia in the U.S. and other English-speaking countries they cover. The series can be read (The first three chapters for free free) [[https://www.viz.com/shonenjump/chapters/astra-lost-in-space on their website]]. New translated chapters appear every other Saturday.
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* AlwaysABiggerFish: A comedic example in the final volume's omake. Quitterie released a moderately successful diary of her experiences in space, only to be beat out by Charce's lifeform paper. ''That'' is beat out by Ulgar's novel, but all of their books' popularity combined can't hold a candle to Yun-Hua's gravure magazine.

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* AlwaysABiggerFish: AlwaysSomeoneBetter: A comedic example in the final volume's omake. Quitterie released a moderately successful diary of her experiences in space, only to be beat out by Charce's lifeform paper. ''That'' is beat out by Ulgar's novel, but all of their books' popularity combined can't hold a candle to Yun-Hua's gravure magazine.


* AlwaysABiggerFish: A comedic example in the final volume's omake. Quitterie released a moderately successful diary of her experiences in space, only to be beat out by Charce's lifeform paper. ''That'' is beat out by Ulgar's novel, but all of their books' popularity combined can't hold a candle to Yun-Hua's gravure magazine.



* SerialEscalation: A comedic example in the fina lab volume's omake. Quitterie released a moderately successful diary of her experiences in space, only to be beat out by Charce's lifeform paper. ''That'' is beat out by Ulgar's novel, but all of their books' popularity combined can't hold a candle to Yun-Hua's gravure magazine.

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* SerialEscalation: A comedic example in the fina lab volume's omake. Quitterie released a moderately successful diary of her experiences in space, only to be beat out by Charce's lifeform paper. ''That'' is beat out by Ulgar's novel, but all of their books' popularity combined can't hold a candle to Yun-Hua's gravure magazine.


* ProductionThrowback: There are a couple of references to Shinohara's previous work, ''Manga/SketDance'', including a red haired horned caterpillar (a [[InsultOfEndearment nickname]] Himeko gives to Bossun due to his wild hairstyle and his red-horned hat) that is seen as part of the habitat of planet Shummoor, and [[spoiler: Ginji Chuma, the son of this universe's Tetsuji "Chu-san" Chuma, a gifted scientist who is responsible of the theory that led to the creation of the artificial wormholes]].



** There are a couple of references to Shinohara's previous work, ''Manga/SketDance'', including a red haired horned caterpillar (a [[InsultOfEndearment nickname]] Himeko gives to Bossun due to his wild hairstyle and his red-horned hat) that is seen as part of the habitat of planet Shummoor, and [[spoiler: Ginji Chuma, the son of this universe's Tetsuji "Chu-san" Chuma, a gifted scientist who is responsible of the theory that led to the creation of the artificial wormholes]].


An anime adaptation has been confirmed, although not its airing date (which will not be in 2019).

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An anime adaptation has been confirmed, although not its airing date (which will not be premiere in 2019).
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: When Luca compares how some of the native life blurs the lines between plant and animal (like he blurs the lines [[spoiler:as an intersex person]], he mentions boy/girl, plant/animal, sci-fi survival thriller/heartwarming gag manga.

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: When Luca compares how some of the native life blurs the lines between plant and animal (like how he blurs the lines [[spoiler:as an intersex person]], person]]), he mentions boy/girl, plant/animal, and sci-fi survival thriller/heartwarming gag manga.manga blurs.

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An anime adaptation has been confirmed, although not its airing date (which will not be in 2019).

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* LatexSpaceSuit: the Crust Suits worn by the main cast. They're form-fitting, with a bubble helmet, thrusters, and radios. The kids (smartly) use them when exploring new worlds, as they do protect against many environmental dangers.

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: When Luca compares how some of the native life blurs the lines between plant and animal (like he blurs the lines [[spoiler:as an intersex person]], he mentions boy/girl, plant/animal, sci-fi survival thriller/heartwarming gag manga.


* WorldWarIII: [[spoiler:Astran history tells of a World War III sprouting from the Cuuban Missile Crisis going sour. As it turns out, it is false, but it's based on a very real war that happened a century later in Earth. The world's nations broke out into all out war trying to figure out who and what would be able to get through the wormholes to Astra, and because of their bloodshed billions died and the population was thinned enough to travel to Astra.]]

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* WorldWarIII: [[spoiler:Astran history tells of a World War III sprouting from the Cuuban Cuban Missile Crisis going sour. As it turns out, it is false, but it's based on a very real war that happened a century later in Earth. The world's nations broke out into all out war trying to figure out who and what would be able to get through the wormholes to Astra, and because of their bloodshed billions died and the population was thinned enough to travel to Astra.]]


* IShouldWriteABookAboutThis: By the time they get home, one of them does, in fact, write about their experiences in space. It becokmes a bestseller.

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* IShouldWriteABookAboutThis: By the time they get home, one of them does, in fact, write about their experiences in space. It becokmes becomes a bestseller.


''Astra Lost in Space'' is an online [[ShonenDemographic Shonen]] manga created by Kenta Shinohara of ''Manga/SketDance'' fame for the online ''Magazine/ShonenJump Plus'' app. It ended on December 30, 2017 with 49 chapters.

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''Astra Lost in Space'' is an online [[ShonenDemographic Shonen]] {{Shonen|Demographic}} manga created by Kenta Shinohara of ''Manga/SketDance'' fame for the online ''Magazine/ShonenJump Plus'' app. It ended on December 30, 2017 with 49 chapters.

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