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The Hugo Awards are given every year for the best science fiction or fantasy works and achievements of the previous year. The award is named after Hugo Gernsback, the founder of the pioneering science fiction magazine Amazing Stories. Hugo Awards have been presented every year since 1955.
1980 Hugo Award winner - Also Nebula award for best novel 1979 - Set in the 22nd century, it describes the construction of a space elevator. This "orbital tower" is a giant structure rising from the ground and linking with a satellite in geostationary orbit at the height of approximately 36,000 kilometers (approx. 22,300 miles). Such a structure would be used to raise payloads to orbit without having to use rockets, making it much more cost effective.
2015, Best Novel, Tor Books
Part of the Foundation series. 1946 Hugo Award winner, though actually awarded in 1996.
A Novel with Three Codas, 2013
The third book in a series about the colonization of Mars. 1997 Hugo Award winner
The second book in a series about the colonization of Mars. 1994 Hugo Award winner
2016, Best Novel, Orbit Books
About an alternate history where the Nazis won. 1963 Hugo Award winner
About a man who burns books. 1954 Hugo Award winner, though was actually awared in 2004.
1951 Hugo Award winner, though actually awarded in 1996.
About a human raised Martian. 1962 Hugo Award winner
Set in a post apolytic future. 1961 Hugo Award winner
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