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Lee Correy was the pseudonym used for science fiction works by noted science fact article writer and space advocate G. [George] Harry Stine (26 March 19282 November 1997; age 69).

He wrote the Star Trek novel The Abode of Life.

Correy was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a good friend of Robert Heinlein, and a keen amateur model rocketeer. Heinlein's Have Space Suit — Will Travel is dedicated to Stine and his wife. Much of his science fiction was written for children, and he wrote extensively on real world space exploration and model rocketry.

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