Satellite Science Fiction

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Satellite Science Fiction was a science fiction digest-sized magazine that was published in the United States in the late 1950s.

The first edition of Satellite Science Fiction was published in October 1956. It published a total of 18 editions and ceased publication after the May 1959 edition.

The magazine was published by Renoun Publications and had a cover price of 35 cents. Its publisher was listed as Leo Margulies.


  • "Trillion Year Spree:The History of Science Fiction" (1986) by Brian Aldiss and David Wingrove (Publisher Gollanz, London) isbn= 0-575-03943-4
  • "The Creation of Tomorrow: Fifty Years of Magazine Science Fiction" (1977) by Paul A. Carter (Columbia University Press, publisher) isbn= 0-231-04211-6
  • "The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction" (1993) by John Clute and Peter Nicholls (St. Martin's Press, Inc.) isbn= 0-312-09618-6
  • "The World of Science Fiction: 1926-1976: The History of a Subculture" (1979) by Lester del Rey (Ballantine Books, publisher) isbn= 0-345-25452-X


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