Uranus in fiction

Uranus In Fiction

Uranus in fiction

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The planet Uranus has appeared in various forms of fiction:


  • An anonymous author writing as a Mr. Vivenair published A Journey Lately Performed Through the Air in an Aerostatic Globe, Commonly Called an Air Balloon, From This Terraquaeous Globe to the Newly Discovered Planet, Georgium Sidus in 1784.
  • In the Buck Rogers series (1928–), Uranus is portrayed as having biodome and robots.
  • In Stanley G. Weinbaum's 1935 story "The Planet of Doubt", Uranus' North pole is shrouded in a perpetual fog.
  • R. R. Winterbotham's "Clouds over Uranus" was published by Astounding in March 1937
  • In Ramsey Campbell's The Insects from Shaggai (1964), a Cthulhu Mythos story, Uranus is known as L'gy'hx and is inhabited by cubical metallic many-legged creatures who worship Lrogg. They entered in religious conflict with the Shan.
  • The novels #5 ("Push towards Uranus") and #22 ("Position Oberon") in the Mark Brandis SF book series take place on and around Uranus.
  • In Larry Niven's novel A World Out of Time (1976), Uranus is outfitted with a massive fusion motor and used to gently move the Earth outward from an artificially brightening sun caused by a civil war between Earth and its colonies.
  • Geoffrey A. Landis's short story "Into the Blue Abyss," part of his short-story collection Impact Parameter and other Quantum Fictions (2001) discussed an expedition to Uranus in search of life.
  • Fritz Leiber's 1962 short story......
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