Collision Orbit by Jack Williamson:
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Jack Williamson writing as Will Stewart. Another terrific tale describing early life on a paragravity terraformed asteroid. Suddenly, an asteroid changes course after an antimatter explosion; what can be done?
(Collision Orbit by Will Stewart (Jack Williamson)
A person who was born and lived amongst the asteroids.
When clouds of antimatter dust encountered ordinary matter spaceships.
A line-of-sight communications device using light beams.
Used to seal large leaks in space craft.
A marker of contraterrene matter (antimatter) asteroids, to aid in interplanetary navigation.
Detects objects by their heat radiation, so space craft can maneuver around them.
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