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This month, our issue is made up of an interesting mix of fiction from newcomers
and familiar favorites alike. Our lead story is “Not Close Enough,” by
first-time Analog author Martin L. Shoemaker: the kind of motivation that
would propel someone into space exploration isn’t necessarily easily
ignored once you’ve gotten there, even when your higher-ups might wish
Regular fact-article contributor Richard A. Lovett provides us with
one about a seminal science fictional concept: asteroid mining. Just how feasible
is it, and what sorts of obstacles might we have to overcome to make
it a reality? Recent Analog addition Patty Jansen returns to contribute a story
titled, “Geospermia,” and it’s joined by more fiction from old friends, like
H.G. Stratmann’s “Prometheus,” Walter F. Cuirle’s “Enjoy the Fishing,” and
David W. Goldman’s “Sentinel Chickens.”
Of course, we’ll also have Part II of Edward M. Lerner’s serial, Dark
Secret, along with our usual assortment of columns and features.
ANALOG IS UP IN SPACE!
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on the International Space Station.
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