The Jupiter Awards were given by the Instructors of Science Fiction in Higher Education, a scholarly organization founded by Marshall B. Tymn, "in four fiction categories corresponding to the principal Hugos, in 1974, 1975, 1977 and 1978 only." (SF Encyclopedia; note that the dating is also Hugo-like, the works published a year earlier. There was indeed a skip in 1976.)
|1974||Rendezvous With Rama, Arthur C. Clarke||"The Feast of St. Dionysus", Robert Silverberg||"The Deathbird", Harlan Ellison||"A Supplicant in Space", Robert Sheckley|
|1978||A Heritage of Stars, Clifford Simak||"In the Hall of the Martian Kings", John Varley||"Time Storm", Gordon R. Dickson||"Jeffty Is Five", Harlan Ellison|
- https://www.librarything.com/bookaward/Jupiter+Award – complete listing; there are no Jupiters on ISFDB (as of April 2022)
- Wikipedia:Jupiter Award (science fiction award) – full listing, sourced from Robert Reginald: Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, 2010 (?), page 768.
- wikipedia:Jupiter Award (film award) – founded in 1979 as "Germany's biggest audience award for cinema and TV" (called thus in English and capitalised JUPITER AWARD, although "Jupiter-Filmpreis" also appears), possibly confusingly (though with a fortunate timing); some SF films have won it.
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