Books about space exploration fiction

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Space Exploration and Planet Colonization (118 books)

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We will take our planet back Book One - Science Fiction Audiobook

Blast Off! 11 Novels of Space Exploration. Before You Join Elon Musk in Space, Read These Eleven Amazing Books.
Andy Weir

Space Exploration - Fiction: Books

Space, that final frontier, has always been one of my favorite frontiers to explore. And there are a ton of writers who apparently just want to make me happy, because there are many, many—seriously, so many! What might be out there? Aside from The Truth, obviously. And so my criteria for putting together this list was simple: a work of science fiction or fantasy set at least partly in outer space, or on a planet other than Earth that required space travel to get to.

Last month, we asked you to name your favorite book about space travel and explain why. Hundreds of you replied with awesome, succinct, and sometimes very funny explanations of your favorites. Below, find two dozens of your best recommendations, from childhood favorites to Mars colonization to, yes, alien sex. And be sure to comment below if anything is missing. I remember picking up Rendezvous With Rama from my school library in 7th grade yeah I was that popular and couldn't put them down until I finished Garden of Rama. I was quite ecstatic when I found out that Rama Revealed was set to be released later that year.

Make Your Own List. Space historian Andrew Chaikin tells us about five books that capture the thrill and achievement of our venturing into the great beyond. He picks the best books on space exploration. Chaikin is an American author, speaker and science journalist. Was the programme ultimately worth it? If I could magically go back in time and give NASA a different pathway at the end of the Apollo programme, I would not choose the space shuttle programme that we ended up with — but then neither would NASA. The shuttle was sold on the promise that it would reduce the cost of getting into low earth orbit and we could do it routinely, as often as once a week.

Carrying the Fire

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Every morning that I wake up and realize that, yes, the Trump administration is still in power and this hasn't all been some kind of cruel nightmare, I can't help but wonder: When are we moving to Mars already? While life on another planet is still only a fictional possibility rather than a realistic one, these new science fiction books about space travel will let you pretend like moving to space is an option. One of the best things about the science fiction genre is its capacity for complexity, creativity, and imagination. From action-packed space operas to dystopian alternate futures to robot fiction, sci-fi has the power to transport readers to another time, another place, and another world entirely. It's the kind of genre that lets you unplug from the real world and instead enter a wholly new, fully-fleshed out universe where the only limitation is that of your own imagination. To me, the best kinds of science fiction books are the ones that bring readers aboard a ship and into the deep, vast expanse of space.

4 thoughts on “Space Exploration and Planet Colonization (118 books)

  1. If the most ambitious scenario succeeds , humans will set foot on the Red Planet by the year

  2. Bob Johansson has just sold his software company and is looking forward to a life of leisure.

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