A Heinlein Concordance

created by M. E. Cowan

Robert A Heinlein

Introduction no frames index

From the stories:   A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ
From the real world:  
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w xyz

A Heinlein Concordance 2004 M.E.Cowan

 

"Misfit"


Asteroid HS-5388
Andrew Jackson Libby's Cosmic Construction Corps group was assigned to turn it into a space station.

Atkins (no first name)
[mentioned in passing] Member of the Cosmic Construction Corps.

Austin (no first name)
[mentioned in passing] Member of the Cosmic Construction Corps, working with Andrew Jackson Libby.

Ayres (no first name)
[mentioned in passing] Member of the Cosmic Construction Corps.

Betty (no last name)
[mentioned in passing] Apparently Andrew Jackson Libby's girlfriend back on Earth.
(also in other stories)

Cosmic Construction Corps
Government work project aimed at youths, mostly for those whose jobs were made obsolete or who were juvenile delinquents or unemployable. Andrew Jackson Libby was a member.
(Also mentioned in Methuselah's Children.)

Doyle (no first name)
Captain of the Cosmic Construction Corps ship that carried Andrew Jackson Libby to his assignment.
(also in other stories)

durite
[mentioned in passing] Synthetic material dense enough to confine even atomic disintegration.

Johnson (no first name)
Metalsmith that Andrew Jackson Libby assisted in setting up the buildings on Asteroid HS-5388.
(also in other stories)

Kaplan (no first name)
[mentioned in passing] Member of the Cosmic Construction Corps.

Kearney (no first name)
Admiral in command of the Cosmic Construction Corps flagship.

Keith (no other name)
[mentioned in passing] Member of the Cosmic Construction Corps.

Larsen (no first name)
Marine gunner who calculated charges for rocket tube emplacements on Asteroid HS-5388. Andrew Jackson Libby corrected an error in his calculations.
(also in other stories)

Andrew Jackson Libby
The son of followers of the Prophet who refused to abandon their "faith" after the Interregnum's overthrow. He only accepted the Covenant after his father's death. Born in backwoods Tennessee, he joined the Cosmic Construction Corps, where he learned he was a mathematical genius in spite of his limited schooling.
(also in other stories)

McCoy (no first name)
Master-at-arms aboard the Cosmic Construction Corps ship, in charge of Andrew Jackson Libby's group.
(also in other stories)

Blackie Rhodes (no other first name)
Navigator on the ship that took the Cosmic Construction Corps crew to the Asteroid Belt. He held the rank of Commander.

Rogers (no first name)
[mentioned in passing] Member of the Cosmic Construction Corps.
(also in other stories)

Space Station E-M3
Station that was to be built by the Cosmic Construction Corps from Asteroid HS-5388. Andrew Jackson Libby worked on the project.

Spiers (no first name)
Chief Fire Controlman on the Asteroid HS-5388 project.

 


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