Wednesday, 25 November 2009

ANALOG JANUARY 1964

Analog's first photographic cover: polarized light through a microslice of meteorite
by Ralph A. Hall, M.D.

Interior illustration from Frank Herbert's Dune World by John Schoenherr.
 "The Duke Leto Atreides leaned against a parapet of the landing control tower outside Arrakeen."
Interior illustration from Frank Herbert's Dune World by John Schoenherr.
 "A Solido Tri-D projection appeared on the table surface about a third of the way down from the Duke. Some of the men farther down the table stood up to get a better look at it. Scaled against the tiny projected human figures around it, the machine was about one hundred and twenty meters long and about forty meters wide."
Interior illustration from Frank Herbert's Dune World by John Schoenherr. 
 "You have not earned the right to unsheath that blade," the Fremen said."
Interior illustration from Frank Herbert's Dune World by John Schoenherr.

"As he had approached the solitary figure standing near the Ornithopter, Leto had studied him: tall, thin - dressed for the desert in loose robe, Stillsuit and desert boots."
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