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Fabio Feminò's outstanding science fiction web site

Friday, June 3, 2005

Fabio Feminò, an Italian futurology, astronautics and science fiction expert, maintains an outstanding web site packed with interesting content such as excerpts from science fiction authors and a rich collection of high quality, beautiful science fiction covers and illustrations.

My favorite section is that on Collier's magazine space program in the early 1950s. It is interesting that Lisp, in a way, is a "space age language" -- like Fortran; uh, never mind...

I also like the section on invaders from Mars. I happen to work with the telescope used by astronomer Giovanni Virginio Schiaparelli in the late XIX century for the observations shown in the above mentioned section of Fabio's site.

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