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Arthur C. Clarke
   won the Nebula Award with   
Rendezvous With Rama
1973 Nebula award winner
Arthur C. Clarke
   won the Nebula Award with   
The Fountains of Paradise
1979 Nebula award winner
Arthur C. Clarke
   won the Hugo Award with   
The Foundations of Paradise
1980 Hugo Award winner - Also Nebula award for best novel 1979 - Set in the 22nd century, it describes the construction of a space elevator. This "orbital tower" is a giant structure rising from the ground and linking with a satellite in geostationary orbit at the height of approximately 36,000 kilometers (approx. 22,300 miles). Such a structure would be used to raise payloads to orbit without having to use rockets, making it much more cost effective.
Arthur C. Clarke
   was born on   
December 16, 1917
British science fiction writer; author of "2001, A Space Odyssey"
Sir Arthur C. Clarke
   has the middle name   
Charles
Science and Science Fiction writer
Arthur C. Clarke
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
2010 (1984)
Based on the 1982 book '2010, Odyssey Two'
Sir Arthur C. Clarke
   was an   
Author
Futurist and science fiction writer. His most famous novel: 2001: A Space Odissey. 16 Dec 1917, Minehead, Somerset - 19 Mar 2008, Sri Lanka
Arthur C. Clarke
   wrote   
2001: A Space Odyssey
1960. Made into a well-known movie direated by Stanley Kubrik.
Arthur C. Clarke
   wrote   
The Fountains of Paradise
1979 Winner, Nebula Award for Best Novel and Hugo Award.
Arthur C. Clarke
   wrote   
Rendezvous With Rama
Sci Fi. nebula Award, Hugo Award, Jupiter Award. Locus Award
Arthur C. Clarke
   wrote   
A Meeting With Medusa
Nebula Award for best novella 1972
Arthur C. Clarke
   wrote   
A Fall of Moondust
1961. It was nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Novel, and was the first science fiction novel selected to become a Reader's Digest Condensed Book.
Arthur C. Clarke
   wrote   
2010: Odyssey Two
1982. A best-seller, it is the sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey and was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1983
Arthur C. Clarke
   wrote   
The Songs of Distant Earth
1986
Arthur C. Clarke
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
2010 (1984)
Based on the 1982 book '2010, Odyssey Two'
Arthur C. Clarke
   said   
"The Best Measure of a Man's Honesty Isn't His Income Tax Return. It's the Zero Adjust on His Bathroom Scale"
British science fiction author, inventor and futurist
Arthur C. Clarke
   said   
"It Has Yet to Be Proven That Intelligence Has Any Survival Value"
British science fiction author, inventor and futurist






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