At the sheer force of disapproval, she just...slumps against a convenient rock.
"...Yeah, my bad. I'm still living in the world where magic's just, uniformly positive-sum, in my head. Which is wrong, but not yet in a way the brain chemicals that lie underneath my attempts at logic will notice, until something actually hits home. Then again, hopefully this will.
"It was, uh, pretty dramatic.
"And the fact that I'm not home, nor am I likely to be home anytime soon...hasn't really hit me yet.
"That, and I'm still - some fucking how, 'get everyone off this rock' is one of the things I consider myself capable of planning for. Unlike much more mundane tasks like job-searching.
"But uh. Y'all...kind of don't really have that hope, huh? It crashed."
The thought looks like she's bitten into a lemon, and there's some strange twang to her voice as she starts delivering an actual speech.
"Lemme promise you this: I have with me, as a personal entertainment and communication device, a thousand times the computational resources that planned a magicless moon landing and dozens more spaceflights besides. Now, I don't have all the same software they did, nor the manufacturing base...But I do have Kerbal Space Program, and a ruler. And that's all we actually need to do this; that, math, and magic crystals.
"We're not gonna die here. I promise you that. No matter what happens, we're going to the stars again. Maybe not today, maybe not this year, maybe not til a decade's passed - but we will not die here. We'll live here. We'll thrive here. We'll leave here, if you want to go. Not by some weird magical happening beyond either of our cultures' kens, but with effort, that all of us can bring to bear."