Station

Kippax Gateway  | Mullag

Station distance:
118 Ls
Landing pad:
Medium
Station type:
Outpost (Civilian)
Services:
Commodity Market, Black Market, Outfitting, Refuel, Restock

Market update:
12 Mar 2017, 7:52pm
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Economy:
Industrial
Wealth:
Wealthy
Population:

Government:
Democracy
Allegiance:
Independent
Minor faction:
Mullag Pro-Alliance

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John Kippax

John Kippax was the pen name of English science fiction writer John Charles Hynam, author of many short stories and the Venturer Twelve series of space opera novels (most in collaboration with Dan Morgan).

Hynam was killed on the afternoon of 17 July 1974 when a lorry hit his car at Werrington, a few miles outside Peterborough. He left a wife, Phyl, and a daughter, Jennifer - who a week before gave birth to his first grandchild, a son, an event which he was awaiting with eager anticipation.

In the postscript to "Where No Stars Guide", published posthumously in 1975, Hynam's literary collaborator and close personal friend Dan Morgan wrote: "John had a larger-than-life physical and psychic presence. Likeable, eccentric, egocentric, kind, brusque, take your pick from the thesaurus to describe him, he was all of these and more. A man of enormous enthusiasms, he died as lived, at full speed".