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Eric Kotani is the pseudonym of Yoji Kondo (born 26 May 1933; age 84), a Japanese-American astrophysicist, who also writes science fiction works. He is the author of one Star Trek novel.

In 1994, Kondo submitted a proposal to the International Astronomical Union for the naming of a Martian crater after Gene Roddenberry. He was co-sponsored by Carl Sagan and Arthur C. Clarke. The proposal was accepted and Roddenberry Crater was duly approved. (Voyages of Imagination, p. 291)

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Writing credits Edit

Star Trek novels
Some non-Star Trek novels
  • Legacy of Prometheus
  • Delta Pavonis
  • SuperNova

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