Afraid not. The first poster was correct: Arthur C. Clarke, "Neutron Tide."
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From: "Francesco Zappa Nardelli" <Francesco.Zappa.Nardelli@ens.fr>
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Subject: Re: Close enough
> PC> Ah, but the Spanner I was thinking of was a spaceship from a short
> PC> story by Arthur C. Clark (or was it Azimov?). (The story tells of
> PC> this ship flying too close to a neutron star, leaving nothing but
> PC> a star-mangled Spanner.)
> I believe you are referring to Larry Niven's ``Neutron star''. The
> confusion probably arised from the publication of this short-story in
> a collection edited by Asimov containing all Hugo's awards winners.
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