Mission of Gravity Q1: Do you like Hard Sci-Fi?
Mission of Gravity is a classic hard sci-fi novel. Generally speaking, the science is real and researched and calculated. (I recall seeing a later edition of the book fixed some of the gravity figures.) Notably, this planet was imagined from a real-world discovery: a (later found to be incorrect) wobble of a star, 61 Cygni: What would a planet with a mass of 16 Jupiters look like? And thus, the world of Mesklin.
So, do you like hard scifi? What does that mean to you? What else have you read that meets this definition?