Operation Interstellar is a science fiction novel by George O. Smith first published in 1950.
Haedaecker’s Theory claims that real-time communications across space is impossible.
Paul Grayson believes that Z-wave technology will make real time communication possible.
Paul sets out to prove his theory but there are those who don’t want him to succeed.
Follow Paul’s adventures while he tries to prove his theory correct in the face of stiff opposition from those who do not want him to succeed.
Total Running Time (TRT): 5 hours, 47 min. Reading by Richard Kilmer.
George Oliver Smith (1911-1981) (also known by the pseudonym Wesley Long) was an American science fiction author. He is not to be confused with George H. Smith, another American science fiction author.
Smith wrote mainly about outer space, with such works as Operation Interstellar (1950), Lost in Space (1959), and Troubled Star (1957). Smith continued regularly publishing science fiction novels and stories until 1960. He was given the First Fandom Hall of Fame award in 1980.