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Orbit One (1962) [Novel]
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Summary (From the publisher):

Space fiction is no longer fiction in the same way that it used to be. There was an element of distance and strangeness about it a few years back. Now, fact has caught up and threatens to overtake. Science fiction today has become science prediction.

An atom is a miniature solar system in some respects. The clustering molecules resemble galaxies, colloids are, perhaps, tiny models of the whole creation. Man stands midway between the unbelievably small and the unbelievably huge. This is one of the allies of science fiction. We look down into the mysteries of the infinitesimal; we look up into the majesty of the macrocosm.

In all this vastness of stars and planets there must be other life. One day we shall make contact with that life. What will the aliens be like? How will human culture compete with non-human culture? Which will survive?

"Orbit One" is the story of such an interaction.

Original title: Orbit One
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionScience FictionAlien BeingsFirst Contact

Notes:

  • Written by R L Fanthorpe.
  • Released in the U.S. in 1966 as by Mel Jay.

Edition #1: Orbit One

Orbit One (1962)
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Language: English

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Orbit One (1970)

Format: Paperback
Place of publication: New York
Publisher: MacFadden-Bartell
Pages: 144

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Orbit One (April 1966)

Format: Hardcover
Place of publication: New York
Publisher: Arcadia House
Pages: 180

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Orbit One (1962)

Format: Paperback
Place of publication: London
Publisher: Badger
Pages: 158

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