A place further than the Universe

Alt title: Sora Yori Mo Tooi Basho

A place further than the Universe

A place further than the Universe Episode 4 - Four Caterpillars

Kimari and the others finally have their tickets to Antarctica. However, they'll need to go on a three-day summer training camp to learn the skills they'll need. In the mountains, they experience everything from lectures to field work, and meet the team commander, who seems to have a history with Shirase.

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