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Questions tagged [solar-system]

A Solar system is a planet or a series of planets which orbit around one or multiple suns. The most common use of this is in reference to our solar system (Sol) which contains the planets: Venus, Mercury, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Uranus (Pluto is no longer classified a planet), all of which orbit around the central star we call 'The Sun'.

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Book about a group of adults and teenagers travel to every single planets in our solar system

I would like to ask if any of you know about a book about a group of adults and teenagers travel to every single planets in our solar system by an accident At the beginning of the series, a group of ...
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Old book about space travel c. 1930-1960

It was technically a nonfiction book hardbound about space travel, but the author suggested a lot of imaginative little science fiction stories. I read it during the 1960s so it was at least that old,...
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Which celestial bodies in the Sol system have been colonised by TNG era?

In Star Trek: First Contact, Riker comments how strange the moon looks and that in his time you can see the city of New Berlin. In TNG 'The Naked Now', Data begins reciting a limerick about a girl ...
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Looking for a story about a Sun that becomes self-aware

Trying to find this book. In it, over eons of time, a sun actually begins to think. He becomes self-aware, and then, one day MOVES itself, and its system. I read this approximately 10-15 years ago, ...
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Help finding title of book about planets containing essays and sf stories

Ok, this one has been bugging me for a while now. Back in, I would say the mid-80's, I owned a hardcover book with a white dust jacket featuring a full-color photo of Saturn. I thought it was called '...