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- Golden Age of Science Fiction : The period between the late 1930's through the 1950's in which Science Fiction saw a strong increase in popularity as stories came out focusing on scientific realism and in depth characterization.
- Science fiction : A story-telling genre that presents alternatives to what is currently considered scientifically possible or that extrapolates from present-day knowledge.
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- Isaac Asimov : (1920-92) American chemist and prolific author, especially of science fiction.
- Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award : Award given to authors of science fiction and/or fantasy in recognition of their overall life's work, administered by the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA).
- Robert A. Heinlein : (1907–88) American author of science fiction; wrote Stranger in a Strange Land.