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Enterprise Stardust Volume 1
Enterprise Stardust

by K.H. Scheer and Walter Ernsting
Issued: May 1974
Futura / Orbit
London
ISBN 0860070085
Paperback
Cover illustration by Chris Foss
192 pages

Notes
This volume is erroneously credited to K.H. Scheer and Kurt Mahr on the cover.

Reprinted in 1974 with ISBN 0860078191.

Translated into English by Wendayne Ackerman.

First published in English by Ace Books in 1969.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
PERILOUS DAWN . . .
Major Perry Rhodan, commander of the spaceship STARDUST, found more than anyone had expected might exist on the moon — for he became the first man to make contact with another sentient race!

The Arkonides had come from a distant star, and they possessed a knowledge of science and philosophy that dwarfed mankind's knowledge.

But these enormously powerful alien beings refused to cooperate with the people of Earth . . . unless Perry Rhodan could pass the most difficult test any human being had ever faced . . .

ENTERPRISE STARDUST is the first novel in the Perry Rhodan series which sold more than 70 million copies in Europe and America.

 
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