First Edition 1950.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover illustration by Hubert Rogers.
The Man Who Sold the Moon, a Future History novella by Robert A. Heinlein, can be found on pages 161-267.
First published in 1950 in an RAH collection of the same name.
The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 1963 printing of the Pan Books paperback edition. Cover illustration by W.F. Phillipps.
- American Science Fiction (#3, July 1952) [Chapterbook/Magazine]
- The Robert Heinlein Omnibus (1958)
- A Robert Heinlein Omnibus (1966)
- The Past Through Tomorrow (1967)
- The Best of Robert Heinlein (1973)
- Life Line (1993)
- The Future History of Robert Heinlein: Volume I (2010)
Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Robert Heinlein has no peers in the art of writing science-fiction
Manchester Evening News
Whether he is telling of the man whose business is the prediction of death...
Describing the grim consequences of a single error in the operation of an atomic power-plant...
Painting a brilliantly imaginative picture of what can happen when a ruthless money-spinner turns his eye upon the Moon...
HIS STORIES ARE NOT ONLY DRAMATIC BUT UNUSUALLY CONVINCING... HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Time and Tide
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