by S. Fowler Wright
Publisher: Gerard Arthus 1950
Number of pages: 131
I looked round, and saw nothing, --upward, and the three great stars of Orion's belt showed through the fog, and the upper part of the constellation; and other stars were in the central heavens; but lower down the mist hid them. If I were indeed transported to some remote and future time, at least the same stars were there, without fundamental change, even of their positions in the heavens.
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