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Related to material in Salvage in Space
by Jack Williamson

Rip-roaring tale of mining exploration done among the asteroids by rough-and-ready men who pilot small asteroids using directly attached rocket engines - all by the seat of their pants!


(Salvage in Space)

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:

Manned Maneuvering Unit From 1984
   'The glittering little rocket bolted to the black iron behind him.' - Jack Williamson, 1933.

The Space Suit As Personal Spaceship
   'Darn clever, these suits...' - Jack Williamson, 1933.

A Space Ship On My Back
   ''Darn clever, these suits,' he murmured.' - Jack Williamson, 1933.

A Look Back At Apollo's Emergency Escape Vehicle
   'A simple mechanism... it drove the iron ball through space like a ship.' - Jack Williamson, 1933.

Can Musk Starship Astronauts Use Magnetic Boots?
   'Walking awkwardly in the magnetic boots that held him to the black mass of meteoric iron...'

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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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