Science Fiction in the News Articles
Related to material in Masquerade
by Clifford Simak

Intriguing story set on Mercury; how can human beings gather solar power into their enormous photocells and then beam it across the solar system, and not run afoul of the locals?

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:

Solar Power Satellites Urged By Pentagon
   Scientists first speculated on this method in the 1960's, but Clifford Simak thought about it much earlier.

Solar Satellites Beam Back Energy
   This is really a great idea, but I can only go back to 1941 for the earliest kind of reference. Anybody earlier?

SolarEn To Sell Satellite Solar Power
   This idea has been kicked around by sf authors for several generations. Has the time for SBSP (space-based solar power) finally come?

Solar Power Satellite via Arbitrarily Large Phased Array
   'This was really free power, easy power, plentiful power.'

Shimuzu Luna Ring Solar Power Project
   'This was really free power... Power carried across millions of miles on Addison's tight-beam principle.'- Clifford Simak, 1941.

China Plans Orbiting Solar Power Station
   'Our beams feed these worlds energy drawn from... the Sun.'- Isaac Asimov, 1941.

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