Fred Hoyle

Fred Hoyle

Sir Fred Hoyle FRS (1915–2001) was an English astronomer noted primarily for his contribution to the theory of stellar nucleosynthesis and his often controversial stance on other cosmological and scientific matters – in particular his rejection of the "Big Bang" theory as originally coined by him.

In addition to his work as an astronomer, Hoyle was a writer of science fiction, including a number of books co-written with his son Geoffrey Hoyle.

Hoyle spent most of his working life at the Institute of Astronomy at Cambridge and served as its director for a number of years. He died in Bournemouth, England, after a series of strokes.

Fred Hoyle. Wikipedia.

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Books by Fred Hoyle
The Black Cloud 5.96   24
Ossian's Ride N/A
A for Andromeda (Andromeda #1) N/A
The Fifth Planet 5.92   14
Andromeda Breakthrough (Andromeda #2) N/A
October the First Is Too Late 6.20   21
Element 79 N/A
Rockets in Ursa Major N/A
Seven Steps to the Sun N/A
The Molecule Men and The Monster of Loch Ness N/A
The Inferno 5.38   18
Into Deepest Space N/A
The Incandescent Ones 3.00   1
The Westminster Disaster N/A
The Giants of Universal Park N/A
The Energy Pirate N/A
The Frozen Planet of Azuron N/A
The Planet of Death N/A
Comet Halley N/A

Speculative Fiction Novels (19)

1985 | science fiction
(Professor Gamma)
1982 | science fiction, childrens
(Professor Gamma)
1982 | science fiction, childrens
(Professor Gamma)
1982 | science fiction, childrens
(Professor Gamma)
1982 | science fiction, childrens

1978 | science fiction

1977 | science fiction

1974 | science fiction

1973 | science fiction

1971 | science fiction, short stories

1970 | science fiction

1969 | science fiction

1967 | science fiction, short stories

1966 | science fiction
(Andromeda #2)
1965 | science fiction

1963 | science fiction
(Andromeda #1)
1962 | science fiction

1959 | science fiction

1957 | science fiction