Jupiter

Jupiter

Book - 2001
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"Grant Archer merely wanted to study astrophysics, to work quietly as an astronomer on the far side of the moon. But the forces of the New Morality, the coalition of censorious do-gooders who run twenty-first-century America, have other plans for him."--Jacket.
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2001.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780312872175
0312872178
Branch Call Number: SCF BOVA
Characteristics: 368 pages ; 22 cm

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docentjoel
Sep 12, 2011

Very enjoyable and fast paced book with a good balance between plausability and a good adventure. Read it recently to prepare for Leviathans of Jupiter.

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RichardPaul
Mar 27, 2011

Jupiter ----
by Ben Bova c - 2002 / ? ----

Excellent Story! ----

Both books;Jupiter and Leviathans of Jupiter are about control of beliefs and thought. ----

In that, the exploration of Jupiter and the search for intellegent life forms has many blockades. ----

The main blockage is an overpowering spirital belief: That is the majority of the political structure of earth. ----

The struggle of the scientist to explore Jupiter is increased many fold by that belief. And those people would much rather keep thier head in the sand, than accept new Science facts. ----

Enjoy! ----

RichardPaul

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