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From Earth to Heaven is a collection of seventeen scientific essays by American writer and scientist Isaac Asimov. It was the fifth of a series of books collecting essays from The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. It was first published by Doubleday & Company in 1966.

From Earth to Heaven
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First edition cover
AuthorIsaac Asimov
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
SeriesFantasy & Science Fiction essays
PublisherDoubleday
Publication date
1966
Media typePrint (Hardback and Paperback)
Pages208
ISBN0380421844
Preceded byOf Time and Space and Other Things 
Followed byScience, Numbers, and I 

ContentsEdit

  • "Harmony in Heaven" (F&SF, February 1965)
  • "Oh, East is West and West is East—" (March 1965)
  • "The Certainty of Uncertainty" (April 1965)
  • "To Tell a Chemist" (May 1965)
  • "Future? Tense!" (June 1965)
  • "Exclamation Point!" (July 1965)
  • "Behind the Teacher's Back" (August 1965)
  • "Death in the Laboratory" (September 1965)
  • "The Land of Mu" (October 1965)
  • "Squ-u-u-ush!" (November 1965)
  • "Water, Water, Everywhere—" (December 1965)
  • "The Proton-Reckoner" (January 1966)
  • "Up and Down the Earth" (February 1966)
  • "The Rocks of Damocles" (March 1966)
  • "The Nobelmen of Science" (April 1966)
  • "Time and Tide" (May 1966)
  • "The Isles of Earth" (June 1966)

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