Sunday, 15 January 2017
The Man Sold The Moon: a far-sighted entrepreneur gets mankind into space.
The Green Hills Of Earth: this title expresses the homesickness of spacemen as they travel further into space.
Revolt In 2100: meanwhile, there has been social decay and dictatorship on Earth.
Methuselah's Children: scientific advances include longevity.
Orphans Of The Sky: an interstellar spaceship is lost.
I, Robot: self-explanatory.
They Shall Have Stars: the discoveries that are necessary for interstellar travel are made in the near future.
A Life For The Stars: a young man leaves the Solar System.
Earthman, Come Home: Earthmen dispersed through the galaxy still interact with their home planet.
The Triumph Of Time: everything ends.
Trader To The Stars and David Falkayn: Star Trader: interstellar markets.
Agent Of The Terran Empire and Rise Of The Terran Empire: interstellar imperialism.
Starfarers: interstellar travel.
Genesis: a beginning (although maybe not when we think).
Tales Of The Flying Mountains: asteroids, not planets, will be colonized.