A surprising amount of what-ifs in science fiction have focused on what might have happened had World War 2 ended differently. From outlandish Nazi technological gambles, to the different uses post-war resources could have been put to.

This one in particular brings to mind Warren Ellis's Ministry of Space, a miniseries focusing on what would have happened had the British managed to secure the resources of Peenemünde. It's striking to think that British astronauts in the early 50s might not have been such a stretch after all.

How would spaceflight look today if Megaroc had become a reality?