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The Black Galaxy by Murray Leinster

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The Black Galaxy
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Publisher: Gerard Arthus
Number of pages: 132

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Rod wanted to have the first real spaceship capable of putting up a fight. He believed it might need to fight. But anyhow he was still in command of the construction of the space-ship now building and he'd command it when it took off from Earth. Maybe he could find more conclusive proof of the peril he believed in. Most likely, indeed, on the Moon. The central peak of Tycho would be the logical place to look for proof. If he could show a group of scientists that proof...

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