A Fall of Moondust by Arthur C. Clarke:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Enjoyable Clarke novel has the steady pacing that his fans appreciate. Passengers on a lunar "cruise" ship are enjoying a trip across a crater that has filled with moondust over the eons. When disaster strikes, how can the passengers escape from the ship on the airless Moon? Select an invention:

Dust-Cruiser

Dust-Ski - ski-doo for lunar powder

Electrosecretary - automatic transcription machine

Farside

Igloo Inflatable Moon Habitat - inflate and use

Moondozer - moonmover

 

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