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Related to material in On The Martian Way
by Harry Gore Bishop

Enjoyable story about a spaceship skipper who redeems himself with self-sacrifice. Some readers might be reminded of Heinlein's 1947 short story Green Hills of Earth.

The story was first published in The Broadway Magazine. This story is notable to science fiction fans for being one of the earliest to feature an imagined future society in which space travel is commonplace. It was reprinted in Amazing Stories (February, 1927) and in Star Magazine (July, 1931).

Science fiction in the News articles describe real-world events that relate to the ideas and inventions in sf novels and movies. Select a news article:

Mars Phoenix Lander On Wide World Of Mars
   This is an amazing use of resources - who knew we had so many resources on Mars?

New Technology For Interplanetary Communication
   '... sweating, heat-blistered engineers at every interplanetary radiograph station on three planets, stood by their generators.' - Harry Gore Bishop, 1907.

SpaceX Requests Starlink For Starship
   '... sweating, heat-blistered engineers at every interplanetary radiograph station on three planets.' - Harry Gore Bishop, 1907.

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San Francisco Wants ED-209, Or Maybe Robocop
re: Harlan Ellison
(11/19/2022)

Seoul Self-Driving 42dot Bus Unveiled
re: Henry Kuttner
(11/17/2022)

T. Gondii And The Leaders Of The Pack
re: Larry Niven
(11/15/2022)

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