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Stealth Planet by Ray Blackhall
Review by Paul Haggerty
Sparkling Press Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 0976356554
Date: 28 November, 2006 List Price $22.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

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David Striker and Margie Ritter work for NASA analyzing the imagery returned by the Voyager 7 probe. After a bit of a hiatus, the Voyager program had been restarted in 2025 and the new probes were capable of reaching the outer solar system in a fraction of the time of the classic models. Cameras, sensors, and data transmission systems have come a long way, but the excitement of discovery is the same as it has ever been, each new image is studied with rapt attention for whatever brand new discovery might be wrung from it. When a image comes in with a bit of a smudge, just an occluded star or two, neither David nor Margie have any clue that they're seeing the first hints of a brand new planet floating out between Saturn and Uranus. A planet shrouded in a chemical and geological shield which renders it nearly invisible to the best telescopes on Earth. In short, a stealth planet.

(Source: Sparkling Press)

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