Ballantine, 1964. Words 63000.
James White's first collection of non-Sector General stories.
"One day, inevitable, man will not only face the technical difficulties
and the enormous physical dangers of extended space travel, but
he will have to deal with the infinitely more complex and mental
problems that an unnatural form of living will create" (blurb).
Move orbits, Arthur C. Clarke. Contents: 'Grapeliner'; 'The
Ideal Captain'; 'The Lights Outside the Windows'; 'Deadly Litter'
(see under Short Stories).
Synopsis by Graham Andrews
Ballantine Books, No U2224, October 1964
Transworld/Corgi, London, No 552-08052-7, December 1968
Balintine Books 2nd printing.
BB, 3rd printing, No 345-29640-0-225, September 1981
TERRA No 423, 80phg, November 1965 as Die Lichter des Alles
URANIA No 421, February 1966 as Vortice di Relitti
Mondadori No 770, February 1979 as Vortice di Relitti