Hard Science Fiction

Hard science fiction is a category of science fiction characterized by an emphasis on scientific or technical detail, or on scientific accuracy, or on both. It is characterized by rigorous attention to accurate detail in the natural sciences, especially physics, astrophysics, and chemistry, or on accurately depicting worlds that more advanced technology may make possible. Hard science fiction is driven more by ideas than characterization. Plausible science and technology are central to the plot.

The Singularity Trap
Strange Dogs (The Expanse, #6.5)
The Freeze-Frame Revolution
The Fated Sky (Lady Astronaut, #2)
Revenant Gun (The Machineries of Empire, #3)
Not Alone
Saturn Run
Echopraxia (Firefall, #2)
Elysium Fire (Prefect Dreyfus Emergency #2)
Poseidon's Wake (Poseidon's Children, #3)
The Medusa Chronicles
The Colonel (Firefall, #1.5)
The Galapagos Incident (The Recyclers #1)
Rescue (Ell Donsaii, #11)
Impact! (Ell Donsaii, #12)

Popular Hard Science Fiction Books

The Martian
Red Mars (Mars Trilogy, #1)
Seveneves
Revelation Space (Revelation Space, #1)
The Three-Body Problem (Remembrance of Earth’s Past #1)
Rendezvous with Rama (Rama, #1)
Blindsight (Firefall, #1)
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Arthur C. Clarke
Here was the same sense of awe and mystery, and the sadness of the irrevocably vanished past. Yet the scale here was so much greater, both in time and in space, that the mind was unable to do it justice; after a while, it ceased to respond. Norton wondered if, sooner of later, he would take even Rama for granted.
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