page-view winners 2018

A "super-page" averages one or more views each day.

A "para-page" is viewed on average twice a day or oftener.

A "meta-page" is viewed on average thrice a day or oftener.

A "hyper-page" is viewed on average four times a day or oftener.

And finally - a terminological innovation this year - a "Godzilla page" is viewed on average once an hour or oftener; in other words, at least 24 times a day.

the super-pages of the first 181 days of 2018, up to the end of june

Page-rank and number of views, Jan-June 2018:

1:      Home Page   15230
2:      OSS Diary   9107
3:      Man of the World   2748
4:      Archives of the Moon   2040
5:      Guess The World   1818
6:      Clark Ashton Smith   1370
7:      What's New?   1231
8:      Quizzes   1145
9:      Anthology Project   905
10:    Page-View Winners   868
11:    Peril on Pallas   797
12:    Mars   668
13:    Venus   655
14:    Perelandra   652
15:    Mercury   635
16:    The Asteroids   575
17:    Tales To Astound   574
18:    The Sun   565
19:    Author Heaven   555
20:    Competition   554
21:    Primordial Worlds   549
22:    The Arc of Iapetus   540
23:    About Us   535
24:    Jupiter   532
25:    Titan   521
26:    Earth   520
27-8:    The Moon   508
27-8:    Vulcan   508
29:    Pellucidar   477
30:    The Old Space Program   475
31:    Neptune   472
32:    Religion   470
33:    Interplanetary Knock-Out   452
34:    Leigh Brackett   444
35:    Saturn   441
36:   Zones Cup   438
37:    Uranus   435
38:     Your Views   433
39:    Kroth   419
40:    Outermost Reaches   416
41:    C S Lewis   413
42:    Ray Bradbury   408
43:    Asteroid Progenitor Planet   403
44:    Rock and a Hard Place   398
45-6:    Stanley G Weinbaum   390
45-6:    The Many Solar Systems Interpretation   390
47:    CLUFFs   385
48-9:    Barsoom   384
48-9:    Pluto   384
50:    Amalthea   383
51:    Cities   382
52:    Guess The World - Open   379
53:    NOSS - How Far Can We Go?   378
54:    Mission to the Tenth Planet   375
55:    Characters of Worlds   374
56:    The Reefs of Space   367
57:    Tales Unwritten   363
58:    Edgar Rice Burroughs   359
59:    Authors   356
60:    What To See On Mars   355
61:    COMOLD   348
62:    Ice-Age Venus?   346
63:    Martian Landings in The War of the Worlds   344
64:    What To See On Venus   342
65:    Triton   334
66:    Comets   328
67:    Hollow Worlds   327
68:    Io   326
69:    A Toxic Grandpa of Mars   321
70-1:    Far Future   320
70-1:    Robert Gibson   320
72:    Silicon Life   315
73:    Plying the Spacelanes   314
74:    In the Courts of the Crimson Kings   313
75-6:   Decisive Battles of the OSS   311
75-6:    The First Men in the Moon   311
77:   Space Sargassoes, Derelicts and Clumps   310
78:    The Intrepid Travelogue   309
79-80:    Hyper-Brains   308
79-80:    Stretching the OSS   308
81-2:    Names   303
81-2:    Themes   303
83:    Sailing the Seven Spaceways   298
84:    Valeddom   296
85-6:    Edmond Hamilton   294
85-6:    Time Travel and Reality Change   294
87:    S M Stirling   293
88:    Philip K Dick   292
89:    Fictional Dates   289
90:    Mars Quiz - Author To Tale   287
91:    Incandescence   286
92-3:    Callisto   282
92-3:    Flame Lords of Jupiter   282
94-6:    Ganymede   279
94-6:    GAWI   279
94-6:    Uranian Eras   279
97:   Amtor   277
98:   What To See On Jupiter   273
99-100:   The Kuttner-Moore Venus   270
99-100:   Star's Reach   270
101:   Stellar Neighbourhood   269
102:   A Rose for Eccliesiastes   265
103:   What to See on the Moon   263
104:   Europa   262
105:   Alien Scripts   259
106:   America's Own Haunting   258
107:   Land Rush, King Rush, Moon Rush   257
108:   Wanderers of Mars   256
109:   Relations with the Real   255  
110:   Brightside Crossing   254
111:   Do-It-Yourself Anthologies   253
112-4:   Interplanetary Huntress   252
112-4:   Thanator: For and Against   252
112-4:   Uranian Gleams   252
115:   Intelligent Plants   250
116:   Mars Quiz - Tale To Author   247
117:   Another NHOSS Adventure - J A Corey   244
118:   Chill on Beautiful Iskar!   243
119:   The Sky People   242
120-1:   Galilean Satellites   241
120-1:   Mars et la Terre à la Belle Epoque   241
122:   A Harsh Beauty: The Unforgiving Moon   240
123:   Darkside of Mercury   238
124-5:   Moral Dimensions   236
124-5:   Neptunian Allure   236
126:   World of Never-Men   231
127-8:   Rock and the Belt Pirates   229
127-8:   What To See On Mercury   229
129:   Longtail - Prologue   228
130-1:   Allen M Steele's Enigmatic Mars   227
130-1:   The Martian Crown Jewels   227
132:   Radioactive Life   226
133:   Venus Quiz - Tale To Author   225
134:   Arabella of Mars   223
135-6:   In the Tombs of the Martian Kings   221
135-6:   Venus Quiz - Author To Tale   221
137:   Ceres   220
138-40:   C L Moore's Tales of Northwest Smith   218
138-40:   Clifford Simak   218
138-40:   Debates   218
141-3:   A E van Vogt   217
141-3:   Academia on Mars   217
141-3:   What to see on the Asteroids   217
144-5:   Eric Frank Russell   216
144-5:   Olaf Stapledon   216
146:   Arthur C Clarke   215
147-8:   Sentinels From Space   214
147-8:   What to see on Earth   214
149:   Prisoners of Saturn   213
150:   Anthology Contest (problems)   212
151:   Invasions from Mercury   211
152:   Isaac Asimov   210
153-5:   Asimov on Jupiter   209
153-5:   Poetic Licence   209
153-5:   What to see on Saturn   209
156-7:   Ancient Inhabited Moon   208
156-7:   Time To Rest   208  
158:   Enceladus and Europa: the last OSS worlds?   207
159-61:   Oberon   206
159-61:   Out of Mars?   206
159-61:   Penton and Blake   206
162:    What to see on Ganymede   204
163-6:   The Immortals of Mercury   203
163-6:   Lurkers on the Moon   203
163-6:   The Chthonic Pull   203
163-6:   The Drop   203
167:   The captain Returns   202
168-70:   Battle on Mercury   201
168-70:   The Sands of Mars   201
168-70:   Umbriel   201
171:   Beyond Despair   199
172-4:   A Coercive of Mars   197
172-4:   On the Shoreline of Darkness   197
172-4:   To the Belt with Alan E Nourse   197
175-6:   H P Lovecraft   196  
175-6:   Jovian Inferno   196
177-80:   The Inorganic Character of RSS Mars   194
177-80:   Poul Anderson   194
177-80:   Shoals   194
177-80:   What to see on Uranus   194
181-2:   Rex Gordon   193
181-2:   Titania   193
183-4:   Gather, Darkness!   192
183-4:   Raymond Z Gallun   192
185:   Slaves of Venus   191
186-7:   Lovecrafts's Moon   190
186-7:   Still in Orbit!   190
188:   Lucky Starr - Space Ranger   189
189-90:   Great Red Spot   188
189-90:   Man to Mars and Moon   188
191:   What to see on Titan   187
192:   Colin Wilson   186
193:   Robert A Heinlein   185
194-8:   A Relic from the Old Space Program   184
194-8:   Humanity's Place in the RSS   184
194-8:   James Blish   184
194-8:   Moon Quiz - Tale To Author   184
194-8:   What to see on Io   184
199-200:   Keith Laumer   183
199-200:   Whom Gods Destroy   183
201:   But is it NOSS?   182
202:   Red Planet   181

the super-pages of the first 90 days of 2018, up to the end of march

Page-rank and number of views:

1:      Home Page   7255
2:      OSS Diary   4725
3:      Man of the World   1474
4:      Archives of the Moon   1134
5:      Guess The World   878
6:      Clark Ashton Smith   727
7:      What's New?   724
8:      Quizzes   613
9:      Anthology Project   572
10:    Peril on Pallas   443
11:    Page-View Winners   359
12:    The Arc of Iapetus   322
13:    Perelandra   321
14:    Mercury   320
15:    Venus   318 
16:    Competition   316
17:    Mars   291
18:    Jupiter   285
19:    The Asteroids   278
20:    Author Heaven   274
21:    Primordial Worlds   272
22:    Neptune   258
23-4:    Earth   254
23-4:    The Sun   254
25-6:    About Us   250
25-6:    Rock and a Hard Place   250
27:    The Moon   248
28:    Vulcan   243
29:    The Many Solar Systems Interpretation   237
30:    Your Views   236
31:    Titan   231
32:    Interplanetary Knock-Out   228
33:    Io   225
34:    Uranus   223
35:    Outermost Reaches   218
36-7:    Mission to the Tenth Planet   215
36-7:    Pellucidar   215
38:    NOSS - How Far Can We Go?   213
39:    The Old Space Program   212
40:    Saturn   210
41:    Leigh Brackett   209
42:    Ray Bradbury   207
43:    Kroth   204
44-6:    Authors   202
44-6:    C S Lewis   202
44-6:    Guess The World - Open   202
47:    Amalthea   199
48:    Ice-Age Venus?   194
49-50:    Asteroid Progenitor Planet   192
49-50:    Triton   192
51:    Pluto   190
52-3:    CLUFFs   188
52-3:    Edgar Rice Burroughs   188
54:    Tales Unwritten   186
55-6:    Cities   185
55-6:    COMOLD   185
57-8:    Barsoom   184
57-8:    Religion   184
59:    Stanley G Weinbaum   182
60:    Robert Gibson   181
61:    The Reefs of Space   177 
62:    The Intrepid Travelogue   171
63:    Characters of Worlds   170
64-5:    What To See On Mars   167
64-5:    What To See On Venus   167
66-8:    Incandescence   165
66-8:    Mars Quiz - Author To Tale   165
66-8:    Stretching the OSS   165
69:    Hollow Worlds   163
70:    Plying the Spacelanes   162
71-2:    A Toxic Grandpa of Mars   160
71-2:    Martian Landings in The War of the Worlds   160
73:    Comets   159
74-5:    Flame Lords of Jupiter   158
74-5:    The First Men in the Moon   158
76-7:    Themes   157
76-7:    Valeddom   157
78-80:    Chill on Beautiful Iskar!   155
78-80:    Fictional Dates   155
78-80:    S M Stirling   155
81:    In the Courts of the Crimson Kings   153
82:    Philip K Dick   152
83-4:    Edmond Hamilton   149
83-4:    Thanator: For and Against   149
85-6:    Sailing the Seven Spaceways   147
85-6:    Wanderers of Mars   147
87:    Interplanetary Huntress   145
88:    Time Travel and Reality Change   144
89:    Names   143
90-1:    Europa   142
90-1:    Hyper-Brains   142
92:    Debates   141
93-6:    A Rose for Eccliesiastes   140
93-6:    Galilean Satellites   140
93-6:    GAWI   140
93-6:    Silicon Life   140
97-8:    Do-It-Yourself Anthologies   139
97-8:    Far Future   139
99-102:   A Harsh Beauty: The Unforgiving Moon   138
99-102:   Amtor   138
99-102:   The Kuttner-Moore Venus   138
99-102:   Star's Reach   138
103-4:   Uranian Eras   137
103-4:   Zones Cup   137
105:   What To See On Jupiter   136
106-7:   Stellar Neighbourhood   134
106-7:   Uranian Gleams   134
108-9:   Darkside of Mercury   133
108-9:   Decisive Battles of the OSS   133
110:   Mars Quiz - Tale To Author   132
111-2:   Callisto   131
111-2:   Ganymede   131
113:   A E van Vogt   130
114:   The Captain Returns   129
115-9:   Enceladus and Europa: The Last OSS Worlds?   127
115-9:   Land Rush, King Rush, Moon Rush   127
115-9:   Neptunian Allure   127
115-9:   Out of Mars?   127
115-9:   Space Sargassoes, Derelicts and Clumps   127
120:   Brightside Crossing   126
121:   What to See on the Moon   125
122-3:   Academia on Mars   124
122-3:   World of Never-Men   124
124-5:   Another NHOSS Adventure - J A Corey   123
124-5:   In the Tombs of the Martian Kings   123
126-7:   Ceres   122
126-7:   The Sky People   122
128-9:   Clifford Simak   121
128-9:   To the Belt with Alan E Nourse   121
130:   Olaf Stapledon   117
131-3:   Arabella of Mars   116
131-3:   Still in Orbit   116
131-3:   Venus Quiz - Author To Tale   116
134-5:   Sentinels From Space   115
134-5:   Venus Quiz - Tale To Author  115
136-8:   Arthur C Clarke   114
136-8:   Eric Frank Russell   114
136-8:   Longtail - Prologue   114
139-143:   America's Own Haunting   112
139-143:   C L Moore's Tales of Northwest Smith   112
139-143:   Invasions From Mercury   112
139-143:   The Martian Crown Jewels   112
139-143:   What To See On Mercury   112
144-6:   Lurkers on the Moon   111
144-6:   Oberon   111
144-6:   Penton and Blake   111
147:   Battle on Mercury   110
148:   Gather, Darkness!   109
149-153:   Allen M Steele's Enigmatic Mars   108
149-153:   Asimov on Jupiter   108
149-153:   Isaac Asimov   108
149-153:   Raymond Z Gallun   108
149-153:   Time To Rest   108
154-5:   Prisoners of Saturn   106
154-5:   What To See On Earth   106
156-60:   Ancient Inhabited Moon   105
156-60:   The Immortals of Mercury   105
156-60:   Mars et la Terre à la Belle Epoque   105
156-60:   Slaves of Venus   105
156-60:   Umbriel   105
161-3:   The Inorganic Character of RSS Mars   104
161-3:   Moral Dimensions   104
161-3:   The Sands of Mars   104
164-5:   Lucky Starr Space Ranger   103
164-5:   Rock and the Belt Pirates   103
166-71:   A Plea for Lost Civilizations   102
166-71:   Intelligent Plants   102
166-71:   James Blish   102
166-71:   Jovian Inferno   102
166-71:   Lovecraft's Moon   102
166-71:   Titania   102
172-3:   Humanity's Place in the OSS   101
172-3:   What To See On Saturn   101
174-7:   A Coercive of Mars   100
174-7:   But is it NOSS?   100
174-7:   Keith Laumer   100
174-7:   What To See On Uranus   100
178-9:   Great Red Spot   99
178-9:   H P Lovecraft   99
180-2:   Alien Scripts   98
180-2:   Moon Quiz - Tale To Author   98
180-2:   What To See On Titan   98
183-6:   Colin Wilson   97
183-6:   Shoals by Mary Rosenblum   97
183-6:   What To See On Ganymede   97
183-6:   What To See On The Asteroids   97
187:   Poul Anderson   96
188-93:   A Relic From The Old Space Program   95
188-93:   Red Planet   95
188-93:   Rex Gordon   95
188-93:   Robert A Heinlein   95
188-93:   The Drop   95
188-93:   The Really Old Solar System   95
194-5:   Radioactive Life   94
194-5:   What To See On Io   94
196-201:   Anthology Contest - problem   93
196-201:   Ariel   93
196-201:   Charles L Harness   93
196-201:   Earthlight   93
196-201:   Kurt Vonnegut   93
196-201:   Rings of Saturn   93
202-3:   Love the Amtor Article   92
202-3:   Styx   92
204-5:   A Return To Bradbury's Mars   91
204-5:   Pluto's Endless Mysteries   91
206-13:   Asimov On Jupiter Response   90
206-13:   Cerberus   90
206-13:   Moon Quiz - Author To Tale   90
206-13:   My Favorite Anthology   90
206-13:   Old Mercury   90
206-13:   Out Of The Silent Planet Overview   90
206-13:   The Crimson Courts And My Martian Dreams   90
206-13:   What To See On Vulcan   90

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