The same year, Powys Media launched a new series of officially licensed original novels and related works of non-fiction, and revised and expanded omnibus editions of previously issued novelisations for Year Two. All books are English-language releases, available directly from the companies' websites. It focuses mainly on the early months of production of Year Two. The episode guide for that season is incomplete, since the book was published while Year Two was still airing.
It features an extensive photo section with more than 50 black-and-white photos. It was intended to be updated on a regular basis, but this idea was abandoned due to low sales. Starlog had released the blueprints of the Eagle Transporter in its seventh issue dated August as a possible preview of The Moonbase Alpha Technical Notebook , which was first advertised in the ninth issue. By Pierre Fageolle , a socio-cultural analysis of the series, in French. DLM Editions, Paris: It was re-released in paperback by McFarland in April In , Telos Publishing released the most comprehensive non-fiction book published on the subject of Space: Written by Robert E.
Wood and titled Destination: Moonbase Alpha: the Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Space: , the book runs to pages and contains a colour photo section featuring model spaceships created for Space: by special effects technician Martin Bower , as well as a foreword by Zienia Merton Sandra Benes and an afterword by Barry Morse Professor Victor Bergman.
William Latham, author of Space: Omega and its sequel Space: Alpha , wrote a non-fiction book that detailed the conception, planning, and writing processes that went into the writing of the two novels. It contains a foreword written by Mateo Latosa, the publisher at Powys Media, a small independent publishing company that published officially licensed novels and other works in the Space: series.
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Powys Media. February Patricia Sokol's detailed analysis of the novels, short stories and audio books in the Space: series published by Powys Media. It contains a detailed synopsis of each of the works, a timeline and an encyclopedic section of all the persons, places and things in the expanded Space: universe, meaning the original series and the officially licensed works published by Powys Media. February, John K.
Balor's edit of the episode by episode analysis and commentary by Online Alpha Lulu Press, September In the s, U. In Germany, publisher Koralle Verlag produced 18 adaptations of Year One episodes as part of their Zack colour comic anthologies, one adaptation and four original stories in their Zack Parade line, as well as two full-length graphic novel original adventures in their Zack Box imprint. Many of the episodic adaptations were later translated and reprinted in Italy. In the UK, a two-page comic strip appeared in Look-In children's magazine from autumn to spring John M.
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Burns illustrated the first three stories, to be succeeded by Mike Noble when the strip would convert to black-and-white in early In the autumn of , the strip adopted the Year Two format, with Burns returning for a brief coda story that November. Some of these strips were reprinted in black-and-white as complete compilations in the Portuguese TV Junior comic. In , a 'rebooted' and elaborated new graphic novel appeared, entitled Aftershock and Awe. In this context, the events of Space occur in an alternate history.
In this timeline, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was never assassinated, and the space race continued apace. In , a Third World War broke out, between the United States and North Korea , causing widespread devastation, but limited harm, given that international expenditure on the space race diminished the intensity of the escalated nuclear arms race in our world's Cold War during the eighties. Citadel Press, Moon Publications, Inc. MacMillan, Carnot USA, Corgi Books, Johnson Printing, Chronicle Books, Gramercy Books, Anness Publishing, Phillips, Robert, "Moonstruck: an anthology of lunar poetry".
Vanguard Press, Praeger Publishers, Abbeville Press, Fawcett, Wilson, Don, "Secrets of our Spaceship Moon". Dell, Tyndale House Publishers, Meredith Press, SGE Home Video, Vidmark, VHS: "Murder by Moonlight". Image Entertainment, DVD: "Destination Moon ".
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DVD: "Project Moonbase ". The Roan Group, DVD: "Nude on the Moon ". Something Weird Video, MGM Home Entertainment. DVD: "H. Wells' First Men in the Moon ". Columbia Tristar, DVD: "Missile to the Moon". Wells' The Shape of Things to Come ". DVD: "Beyond the Stars". IVE, Warner Brothers, Boyle, Alison, "Shoot for the Moon".
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Schmitt, Harrison, "Mining the Moon". Siegfried, W. MDC 00H Space. Jun 00, Jun 01 Spudis, Paul D. Astronomy, Jun Sullivan, Thomas A.
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McKay, PhD. Troll Associates, A Just Ask Book". Field Publications, Asimov, Isaac, "The Double Planet". Abelard-Schuman, Asimov, Isaac, "The Moon". Follett Publishing, Franklin Watts, HarperCollins, Branley, Franklyn M. Children's Press, Raintree Pubs.
Bridgewater Books, Watts, Facts on File, Random House, National Geographic, Parramon, Barron's Educational Series, Eng. Whitecap Books, Chelsea House, Scholastic, Creative Editions, Modern Curriculum Press, Steck-Vaughn Co. Lerner Publications Co. Kingfisher, Hyperion, Steck-Vaughn, Rourke Corp. Multnomah, Heinemann Library, Henry C. Scholastic Press, Smithsonian, Doubleday, Universe Publishing. Childrens Press, DK Publ. Knight Books, Jeffrey, "A Close Look at the Moon".
DK Publishing, Alfred Knopf, Weigl Publishers, Disney, Aladdin, Plenum, Henry Holt, Morrow Junior, Meteor Crater Enterprises, Wadsworth, Helix, UofAZ Press, NAS, National Academy Press, Richard, "Rocks from Space, 2nd. Mountain Press, Richard, "The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Meteorites". Fong Tong, Princeton, Llewellyn Pubs. Time-Life, Oxford, DVD: "Toutatis: l'asteroide". Goldhil Video, VHS: "Meteorite Impact". Acorn Media, MVP Home Entertainment, Penguin Books, Quirk Books, Gareth Stevens Publishing, Dell Publishing, Harcourt, Inc.
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Springer Praxis, Houghton Mifflin, Enslow Publ. Sovereign Books, Tor, UC Press, Stackpole Books, ISU, Noyes Publications, Columbia Univ. McCall, R. Asimov, "Our World in Space". NY Graphic Society, Synergetic Press, Apogee, Ripley Books, Abrams Books, NSS, The fiction section I've arranged in reverse chronological order, to give a sense of what kind of books were being written when. Of course, it's a bit more difficult to find the older books, so the numbers taper off quickly "Planetes", Vols.
Ford, John M. BBC Worldwide, Bartram, Simon, "Man on the Moon a day in the life of Bob ". Candlewick Press, Big Kid Science, Beginner Books, Benefic Press, Elrick, George S. Whitman Publ. Engle, Eloise, "Countdown for Cindy". Geer, Charles, "Miss Pickerell on the Moon". Lyrick Publ. Scholastic, Inc.
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