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SPECTRUM 5
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ORIGINAL TITLE:


      Spectrum 5
© 1966

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AUTHOR(S):

       WALLACE, F.L. (FLW)
       MILLER, Walter M. (WMM)
       JONES, Raymond F. (RFJ)
       SCHMITZ, James H. (JHS)
       GODWIN, Tom (TG)
       THOMAS, Theodore L. (TLT)
       ASH, Paul (PA)
       ASHBY, Richard (RA)
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PUBLISHER (TOP):

       SCIENCE FICTION BOOK CLUB

ISBN: none
YEAR: 1967
FORMAT: hardcover
LANGUAGE: english
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PUBLISHER (BOTTOM):

       PAN BOOKS

ISBN: 330 02236 9
YEAR: 1969
FORMAT: paperback
LANGUAGE: english
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TRANSLATOR(S):


n/a
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COVER ILLUSTRATION:

       unknown (Top)
       W.F. Phillipps
(Bottom)
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Content:

Student Body:
By F. L. Wallace / 1953

Colonists on a planet where evolution functions a little differently than on earth. Above all, faster and more targeted ...


Crucifixus Etiam:
By W. M. Miller / 1952

Hard work for making Mars a place where man can live.


Noise Level:
By R. F. Jones / 1952

How to get scientists from a standstill to developing something they thought impossible? Anti-gravity in this case.


Grandpa:
By J. H. Schmitz / 1955

An insight into the wildlife of a strange planet.


Mother of Invention:
By T. Godwin / 1953

Necessity is ... in this case anti-gravity needs to be developed to flee from a diamond planet. Or rather: with it?


The Far Look:
By T. L. Thomas

Upon returning to earth, some of the crew that maintain moon station are found to have developed it. What is it?


Big Sword:
By P. Ash / 1958

Colonisation, thought reading and a little kid that saves a local species.


Commencement Night:
By R. Ashby / 1953

Through an isolation experiment, mankind is trying to find a way to live and peace. And they do. Or rather: it finds them.

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