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Default Space Opera verse Hard scifi

So, in the basic T4 book there's a picture of a bunch of NPCs being herded into an teleporter amongst the ruins of a city in the background. To me this doesn't smack of traditional guns and spaceships space opera, and where T4 is sort of post-Imperium territory, I'm curious of how much space opera is in Traveller verse hard scifi. And I bring this topic up here, because that picture has me curious about other hobbyists opinions.
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