Solid land inside a cloud of 'star dust' - where no solid land should be.
And the weird voices - where are they coming from ?|
Forced down on a minor star galaxy, Kemlo and his friends of Satellite
Belt K discover a secret of Space which gives scientists information
for which they have been searching for years.
Hamlyn, Merlin 1968:
New paperback edition; The author's surname is spelled Eliot on cover, title page and in copyright details; Merlin number M40; 126 numbered pages; 6 black and white line drawings, not credited or signed; cover price 2/6.
Far out in space orbits massive Satellite K - home of Kemlo and
Krillie and their Space Scout friends. As a test of their skill,
the satellite-born Scouts are sent to investigate a cloud of Stardust half a million
miles away in empty space.
(Description from the back cover of the Merlin paperback edition)
as Les Hombres en las Estrellas
Spanish edition, no further information known.