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An encyclopedia in which everything in the world revolves around the Good Doctor.

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Satellites in Outer Space

Asimov's third book on astronomy, this one published by Random House in 1960. Aimed at younger readers.

Saturn and Beyond

Asimov's 27th published book on astronomy, published by Lothrop in 1979.
Second Foundation

Anthology of Foundation short stories, published in 1951 by Gnome Press.

. Fourth published anthology of short stories written by Asimov, third in the Foundation series. (Considered by Asimov to be a novel, and his ninth published one.

"The Shape of Things" An essay written by Isaac Asimov for the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.

An essay on the shape of the earth.

Anthologized in Adding a Dimension (1964).

"Signs of the Times" Essay Isaac Asimov wrote for The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and published in the September 1973 issue. Anthologized in Of Matters Great and Small.
"Slow Burn" An essay written by Isaac Asimov for the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.

An essay on the birth of modern chemistry.

Anthologized in Adding a Dimension (1964).

The Solar System

Asimov's 19th published book on astronomy, published by Follett in 1975. Aimed at younger readers.
The Stars, Like Dust - Asimov's second published novel, Doubleday, 1951.

SS Statendam The ship on which Asimov took a cruise to view the night launch of Apollo 17.

The event was sponsored by Richard C. Hoagland, and he mentioned it briefly in "The Triumph of the Moon," June 1973 and more thoroughly in the July 1973 essay for F & SF, "The Cruise and I".

Stars

Asimov's 11th published book on astronomy, published by Follett in 1968. Aimed at young readers.
The Story of Ruth

A book Asimov wrote for children, explaining the Biblical story of Ruth. (Doubleday, 1972). This book was inspired by a talk he had given at a BREAD LOAF WRITERS CONFERENCE, which he had then turned into an essay called "Lost in Translation," (F & SF - March 1972).
Sumerians, the Namechecked by Asimov in:
"The Triumph of the Moon," June 1973
The Sun

Asimov's 16th published book on astronomy, published by Follett in 1973. Aimed at younger readers.

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