Far as Human Eye Could See

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Far as Human Eye Could See
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First edition
Author Isaac Asimov
Country United States
Language English
Series Fantasy & Science Fiction essays
Subject science
Publisher Doubleday
Publication date
1987
Media type print (Hardback and Paperback)
Pages 214
ISBN 0-385-23514-3
Preceded by The Subatomic Monster
Followed by The Relativity of Wrong

Far as Human Eye Could See (published 1987) is the 19th collection of science essays by Isaac Asimov, short works which originally appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (F&SF), these being first published between November 1984 and March 1986.

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(with date of original publication):

  • Part One Physical Chemistry
    • 1 Made, Not Found (December 1984)
    • 2 Salt and Battery (February 1985)
    • 3 Current Affairs (March 1985)
    • 4 Forcing the Lines (April 1985)
    • 5 Arise, Fair Sun! (May 1985)
  • Part Two Biochemistry
    • 6 Poison in the Negative (July 1985)
    • 7 Tracing the Traces (August 1985)
    • 8 The Goblin Element (September 1985)
    • 9 A Little Leaven (October 1985)
    • 10 The Biochemical Knife-Blade (November 1985)
  • Part Three Geochemistry
    • 11 Far, Far Below (January 1985)
  • Part Four Astronomy
    • 12 Time is Out of Joint (February 1986)
    • 13 The Discovery of the Void (December 1985)
    • 14 Chemistry of the Void (January 1986)
    • 15 The Rule of Numerous Small (June 1985)
    • 16 Superstar (March 1986)
    • 17 Far as Human Eye Could See (November 1984)

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