Lucky Starr and the Moons of Jupiter

Lucky Starr and the Moons of Jupiter Sabotage Agrav It was the century s most important advance in space traveld an experiment so revolutionary that only the men who huddled beneath the surface of Jupiter Nine were permitted to know its

  • Title: Lucky Starr and the Moons of Jupiter
  • Author: Isaac Asimov Paul French
  • ISBN: 9780345316233
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Sabotage Agrav It was the century s most important advance in space traveld an experiment so revolutionary that only the men who huddled beneath the surface of Jupiter Nine were permitted to know its full meaning.Yet someone else did know knew everything, saw everything, head everything and was diabolically sabotaging the top secret mission.Who or what the enemySabotage Agrav It was the century s most important advance in space traveld an experiment so revolutionary that only the men who huddled beneath the surface of Jupiter Nine were permitted to know its full meaning.Yet someone else did know knew everything, saw everything, head everything and was diabolically sabotaging the top secret mission.Who or what the enemy was, Lucky Starr didn t know but one thing was certain The deadly force was not humant even remotely human

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    1. Isaac Asimov Paul French

      Isaac Asimov was a Russian born, American author, a professor of biochemistry, and a highly successful writer, best known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science books.Professor Asimov is generally considered one of the most prolific writers of all time, having written or edited than 500 books and an estimated 90,000 letters and postcards He has works published in nine of the ten major categories of the Dewey Decimal System lacking only an entry in the 100s category of Philosophy.Asimov is widely considered a master of the science fiction genre and, along with Robert A Heinlein and Arthur C Clarke, was considered one of the Big Three science fiction writers during his lifetime Asimov s most famous work is the Foundation Series his other major series are the Galactic Empire series and the Robot series, both of which he later tied into the same fictional universe as the Foundation Series to create a unified future history for his stories much like those pioneered by Robert A Heinlein and previously produced by Cordwainer Smith and Poul Anderson He penned numerous short stories, among them Nightfall , which in 1964 was voted by the Science Fiction Writers of America the best short science fiction story of all time, a title many still honor He also wrote mysteries and fantasy, as well as a great amount of nonfiction Asimov wrote the Lucky Starr series of juvenile science fiction novels using the pen name Paul French.Most of Asimov s popularized science books explain scientific concepts in a historical way, going as far back as possible to a time when the science in question was at its simplest stage He often provides nationalities, birth dates, and death dates for the scientists he mentions, as well as etymologies and pronunciation guides for technical terms Examples include his Guide to Science, the three volume set Understanding Physics, and Asimov s Chronology of Science and Discovery.Asimov was a long time member and Vice President of Mensa International, albeit reluctantly he described some members of that organization as brain proud and aggressive about their IQs He took joy in being president of the American Humanist Association The asteroid 5020 Asimov, the magazine Asimov s Science Fiction, a Brooklyn, NY elementary school, and two different Isaac Asimov Awards are named in his honor Isaac Asimov 2007, November 29 In , The Free Encyclopedia Retrieved 21 50, November 29, 2007, from enpedia wiki Isaac_As

    552 thoughts on “Lucky Starr and the Moons of Jupiter”

    1. It was interesting to see that even in 1957, Asimov had formulated his famed Three laws of Robotics. It is especially interesting since this was penned by "Paul French", a pseudonym Asimov used early in his career. The title page has Paul French on it. When this copy was rebound, they put Asimov's name on the spine. I suppose Asimov was still unknown enough that people wouldn't have necessarily connected the Three Laws of Robotics with him. I have no idea why my system had this book as juvenile. [...]

    2. The world of Isaac Asimov's Lucky Starr is a young science geek's wildest dream come true. Imagine: a thousand years from now, the solar system's secret agents and protectors of the weak areientists! —Who don't mind showing off what they know!Dr. Asimov often lamented the pernicious and ever-growing current of anti-intellectualism in American society. Was his series of young-adult Lucky Starr novels merely the public expression of an escapist fantasy universe, or did he intend to win young, in [...]

    3. Lucky Starr and the Moons of Jupiter (Lucky Starr, #5), Isaac AsimovLucky Starr and the Moons of Jupiter is the fifth novel in the Lucky Starr series, six juvenile science fiction novels by Isaac Asimov that originally appeared under the pseudonym Paul French. The novel was first published by Doubleday & Company in August 1957. It is the only novel by Asimov set in the Jovian system.

    4. On Jupiter’s most remote moon Adrastea, or Jupiter Nine, a revolutionary anti-gravity project, known as Agrav, is under investigation—again. This time, the Council of Science has sent their most resourceful troubleshooter, David “Lucky” Starr, and his diminutive sidekick, John Bigman Jones. Though what Bigman lacks in stature, he compensates for in bravery and bravado—a combustible mix that often ignites trouble for the pair.Upon arrival on Jupiter Nine, Starr and Jones are immediately [...]

    5. If I was told that one day I will give an Asimov written story anything less than perfect I would have thought that person didn't know me at all. But here I'm giving this book a 4. Compared to Lucky's other books this one contained a bit more science than usual. it's not necessarily bad but there were all in one chapter and I can even say in 2-3 pages. it was all about describing how Jupiter looks like and how its moon moves and how sunset and sunrise look like which made the story boring. other [...]

    6. Viel besser als ich die Luckys in Erinnerung hatte. Eigentlich geradezu gut. Einfach gestrickt aber gut. In der Tat so einfach, dass ich doch gleich in dem Hund den Roboter vermuten konnte. Mit ordentlichem Namen und ohne Bigman wäre das ganz okay.

    7. Imaginaba que el sistema de espionaje tenía que ver con los animales pero la revelación fue toda una sorpresa. Como siempre, muy emocionante.

    8. Dopo il mezzo passo falso su Mercurio, le vicende di Lucky Starr riprendono una quota accettabile in questo quinto episodio che trasporta il lettore sui (e fra i) satelliti del più grande pianeta del sistema solare. Ambientare la vicenda su Giove stesso sarebbe stata impresa problematica anche per uno del calibro del Dottore, così eccoci su una delle lune esterne, dove si sta assemblando la prima astronave con motore antigravitazionale. Le relazioni sociali sul pianeta-cantiere sono quelle di [...]

    9. Information about a secret research project is being leaked to the Sirians, and Lucky Starr and Bigman are sent to investigate. The research facility on the ninth moon of Jupiter is working on an antigravity drive (or Agrav) which would generate power while dropping into a gravity well, and use that same stored power to push the ship back out of the gravity well. Theoretically such a drive would open up planets and satellites for exploration previously though unreachable. But Lucky and Bigman ar [...]

    10. Como siempre Isaac Asimov inventa una historia detectivesca como excusa para dar veintena de datos sobre algo. Este vez es sobre Júpiter y sus lunas.Si Júpiter fuera hueco, Bigman, podrías meter mil trescientos planetas del mismo tamaño que la tierra y no podrás llenarlo del todo.Esta vez es el inteligente y audaz de Lucky Starr que es encargado de descubrir un espionaje de los Sirianos, los ex habitantes de la tierra que conquistaron los planetas y asteroides más allá del sistema solar.S [...]

    11. The gas giantDavid Starr, half a secret agent and half the futuristic translation of an “Old West” Marshall, is the swashbuckling hero watching over our Solar System peace! Stretching a bit (but not too much to break it!) the Science to fit the Fiction of a solar system peopled by human colons and extraterrestrial intelligent life forms, Asimov cooks up a fun, fresh and adventurous space opera saga, peppering it with quite a few Western genre tropes and leaving the tone evolve to a Cold War [...]

    12. This was another quick read (don't tell anyone but it was so quick i was able to read it while I was supposed to be doing other things this morning) but I will admit that this was not as good as the previous books in the series - yes it shows it age (it was written in the 50s after all) so you have to take in to account the era it was written in after all. For example you have the social -political landscape to consider - women generally in literature were little more than plot devices and two d [...]

    13. Even at the time I read them in my early 20s, I was not greatly inspired by these, but then again, Issac Asimov wrote them in the 1950s as juvenile science fiction novels under the pseudonym Paul French. So, I kept them mainly as a collector, but possible now something to read with my son. As Asimov admits in the 1970s authors note, the knowledge about the planets and moons has changed greatly, and obviously much much now in 2016. So, there is that problem about reading sci-fi when you already k [...]

    14. Once again IN THE FUTURE THERE ARE NO WOMEN! I do get disappointed when I read science fiction and ALL the characters are men. Not only are there no women working in space but there are no women mentioned at all. I would have thought better of Asimov. I suppose this was a "boy's adventure" but it still boggles my mind that in that situation they didn't feel the need to include women. The characters are all a bit stereotypical. The plot involves a sabotage attempt and someone secretly a robot. Th [...]

    15. Tras mi reciente mudanza he sacado del trastero todos mis libros infantiles y juveniles (Hollister, tres investigadores, Elige tu propia aventura), y descubrí que de las novelas de Lucky Starr me faltaban dos, que procedí a encargar de urgencia y leer ávidamente. En las lunas de Júpiter Lucky Starr debe contribuir al desarrollo de la tecnología terrestre para evitar una guerra con humanos de otros sistema estelar. Se nos habla de la gravedad y la composición atmosférica de Júpiter, de su [...]

    16. My least favorite of the series. There are several elements--including the one that the entire solution hinges on!!--that are blatantly inconsistent with the worldbuilding in earlier books. And Bigman, always the reckless sidekick, becomes in this book so cringeworthily boneheaded that some of his scenes are hard to read. I would say the series had jumped the shark here, but Rings of Saturn is arguably the best one, so who knows what went wrong with Moons.That said, of course there are fun parts [...]

    17. Es divertido, Asimov usa su narrativa para una vez más explicar en base a los datos obtenidos de manera científica para la época el sistema de estelar de Júpiter, también se nota el cambio de la trama a algo más del estilo del espionaje a diferencia de los primeros libros que era más estilo luchador contra el crimen, sin embargo sigue siendo entretenida. Considero que este sería el segundo libro dentro de la mini saga sobre los Sirianos.

    18. #5 in the Lucky Starr series.Lucky Starr, Space Ranger, and his sidekick Bigman Jones, go to Jupiter IX where a new type spaceship is being prepared for a flight to Io. Lucky becomes convinced that sabotage attempts are the result of Sirian espionage, accomplished through a sophisticated robot and a human agent.

    19. Great book. Unlike most of Asimov's other books, this one is mostly for children, but his writing is very entertaining in this genre too. Some things were a little illogical and some parts with astronomical descriptions seemed too educational while I prefer my books more psychological, but still it was a very nice adventure - I liked the mystery, I liked the characters, I liked the whole story.

    20. Una nova entrega de la sèrie, la penúltima. Interessant però amb un final molt previsible des de la 1/2 del llibre i amb una explicació/justificació del mateix massa forçada :(

    21. Isaac Asimov, one of the best science fiction writers the combination of the human mind and the three laws of robotics, makes this book interesting for the reader.

    22. I think I read all of the Lucky Starr series as a kid. Thinking they were written by "Paul French", I had no idea that I was really reading Isaac Asimov

    23. Light on investigation and short on barbs at Bigman. Descriptions of the skies from Jupiter's moons are great though!

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