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The Secret of the Ninth Planet by Donald A.…

The Secret of the Ninth Planet (1959)

by Donald A. Wollheim

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For - three denizens of this minor planet: Eleanor, Bill and of course Janet.
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While the circumnavigation of the solar system seems farfetched, it may not be once the problem of effective anti-gravitational control is solved.
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The sky was cloudless as usual. Burl assumed that the dimness was due to volcanic dust, or some unseen high cloud far away. And, indeed, as the expedition came to life, and the day began in earnest, nobody paid any attention to the fact that the Sun was not quite so warm as it should have been.… (more)

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