Here is the complete list of all the 15 stories in this collection:
- "I Remember Babylon" (C); Playboy, March 1960: Dated cold war story - Soviets have got a new propaganda medium.
- "Summertime on Icarus" aka "The Hottest Piece of Real Estate in the Solar System" (A); Vogue, June 1960: Shipwreck & rescue on an asteroid currently rather close to Sun.
- "Out of the Cradle, Endlessly Orbiting"
- "Who's There?"
- "Hate" (B); If, November 1961, as "At the End of Orbit": When a Russian moon capsule crashed in the Pacific when returning, a Russia-hating Hungarian rescue worker made sure the astronaut died during "rescue".
- "Into the Comet"
- "An Ape About The House" (B): A genetically modified female Chimpanzee, trained for house hold chores & babysitting, is purchased by a household. But she turns out to be more talented than the humans suspected.
- "Saturn Rising"
- "Let There Be Light"
- "Death and the Senator"
- "Trouble with Time"; "First published in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, July 1960, as 'Crime on Mars'": Attempt at an ordinary theft in a museum is foiled due to an unusual confusion.
- "Before Eden"
- "A Slight Case of Sunstroke" (A); "First published in Galaxy, September 1958, as 'The Stroke of the Sun'": Humor. Description of a football match in South America.
- "Do Star"
- "The Road to the Sea"
Tales of Ten Worlds, collection, review
Author: Arthur C Clarke
First published: 1962
PS: I haven't personally seen this book; list of stories above was picked up from the net. I include this collection here so I know the stuff I have not yet read.