Marianne J. Dyson
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Marianne Jakmides Dyson is a writer of non-fiction books, mostly for children, about space science.
Her book Space Station Science: Life in Free Fall was a Golden Kite Award winner in the year 2000. Her book "Home on the Moon: Living on a Space Frontier" won the American Institute of Physics Science Communications Award in 2004.  The first book she coauthored with Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin, Welcome to Mars: Making a Home on the Red Planet, was named a Best STEM book by the National Science Teachers Association. 
- Fireworks in Orbit (Analog Science Fiction and Fact, 1990)
- The Critical Factor (Analog Science Fiction and Fact, 1992)
- The Shape of Things to Come (Analog Science Fiction and Fact, 1996)
- Finding Homework Help On The Internet (Scholastic, 2000)
- Home on the Moon: Living on a Space Frontier, ed. Jennifer Emmett (National Geographic, 2003)
- The Space Explorer's Guide to Out-Of-This-World Science with Hena Khan (2004)
- The Space Explorer's Guide to Stars and Galaxies (Scholastic, 2004)
- Space Station Science: Life In Free Fall foreword by Buzz Aldrin (Scholastic, 1999, 2nd ed. Windward, 2004)
- Twentieth-century Space And Astronomy: A History of Notable Research And Discovery,ed. William J. Cannon (Facts On File, 2007)
- Fly Me To The Moon (Analog Science Fiction and Fact, 2010)
- Dyson's Space Poems (2011)
- The Right Path and Zeus's Eagle (2011)
- Science Fiction Versus the Real Thing: What I learned on NASA's Vomit Comet (2012)
- The Callahan Kids: Tales of Life on Mars (Marianne J. Dyson, contributor) (2013)
- Fly Me to the Moon and Other Stories (2015)
- Welcome to Mars: Making a Home on the Red Planet by Buzz Aldrin and Marianne J. Dyson (National Geographic, 2015)
- Dyson, Marianne J. (2015). A passion for space: adventures of a pioneering female NASA Flight Controller. Springer.
- Dyson, Marianne (Jan–Feb 2015). "Space bugs". Probability Zero. Analog Science Fiction and Fact. 135 (1&2): 64–65.
- "To the Moon and Back: My Apollo 11 Adventure" by Buzz Aldrin and Marianne J. Dyson with art by Bruce Foster (National Geographic, 2018)
- Trajectories (Marianne J. Dyson, contributor), ed. Dave Creek
- https://www.aip.org/aip/awards/science-communication/children?page=2 List of AIP Award Winners
- http://www.iop.org/careers/working-life/profiles/page_57808.html Interview with American Institute of Physics
- http://www.nsta.org/publications/stembooks/stembooks2017.aspx NSTA Best STEM Book List for 2017
- "Books by Marianne J. Dyson". goodreads. Retrieved 14 July 2016.
- https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/childrens/childrens-book-news/article/75933-fall-2018-children-s-sneak-previews.html Publishers Weekly 2018 Fall Preview