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by Larry Niven

Fascinating series of stories by Larry Niven. This collection brings together the short stories about Beowulf Shaeffer, an itinerant adventurer and starship pilot; Neutron Star (1966, Hugo Award winner, 1967), At the Core (1966), Flatlander (1967), Grendel (1968), The Borderland of Sol (1975, Hugo Award winner, 1976), and Procrustes (1993).

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Genesis Pathfinder: Space Inflatable Module
   Genesis Pathfinder is an inflatable space habitat scheduled to launch in November 2005. Genesis weighs in at 1,360 kilograms and is approximately 4.6 meters in length by 1.9 meters in diameter; this is a one-third scale model.

Genesis Inflatable Space Module Gets Go-Ahead
   Bigelow Aerospace has been given payload approval for its Genesis inflatable space habitat by FAA-AST. Genesis weighs in at 1,360 kilograms and is approximately 4.6 meters in length by 1.9 meters in diameter; this is a one-third scale model.

Bigelow Genesis I Inflatable First Look
   Larry Niven's inflatable space module really works.

Genesis 2 Successfully Inflates Module
   Another successful test of the Genesis inflatable module (not to mention Larry Niven's original concept) yields a nice photo.

Inflatable Lofts For NASA 'Campers' On Moon And Mars
   I love it when I already have a good idea what NASA is looking for in a contest because I read about it decades ago in sf.

Bigelow's Inflatable BEAM Module Ready For ISS In 2015
   'The bubble had inflatable seats and an inflatable table...'- Larry Niven, 1994.

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PassivDom 3D Printed House - What If You Could Live Anywhere?
re: Clifford Simak
(3/9/2017)

Breakthrough In Manufacture Of Red Blood Cells
re: Various
(3/8/2017)

Caihong Solar-Powered Drone 'Atmospheric Satellite'
re: John W. Campbell
(3/7/2017)

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