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Some few years from now two space stations orbit the earth. One is American, the other Russian. The hostility of their crews reflects the Cold War conflict on the earth below.
Suddenly the uneasy peace in the Middle East erupts into savage nuclear war. The holocaust spreads. Before long the earth has been buried under a blanket of radioactivity. The watchers in space are th
Published (first published May 1st 1974)
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224 pages Science Fiction. Earth is savaged by WWIII. The only surviors are in separate space stations manned by the Russians and the Americans. This is story of how they learn to co-opperate and go to Mars. Full of 1970's angst and distrust. The book acts as window into what we avoided during the Cold War and what may happen if we go back to the bad old days of nuclear politics.
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Fast paced read of apocalyptic work. Provided some rare insights into man's philosophical place in the universe, or at least a great introduction into various ways of looking at the question.
I'm glad it glossed over some details, giving me more signal than noise.
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Thomas Nicholas Scortia was a science fiction author. He worked in the American aerospace industry until the late 60s/early 70s. He collaborated on several works with fellow author Frank M. Robinson. He sometimes used the pseudonyms "Scott Nichols", "Gerald MacDow", and "Arthur R. Kurtz."

Scortia was born in Alton, Illinois. He attended Washington University in St. Louis, where he earned a degree i
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