A. M. Phillips
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|| 1935 Martian Gesture in Wonder Stories Oct. 572/2
To turn back now, when we are almost within reach of our objective, to admit defeat and return to Aftwan as ignorant as when he left of what activates Shentol, would be a craven denial of all the principles of our association. It would retard the development of astronavigation indefinitely, a hopeless, indecisive, futile effort.
||1929 Death of the Moon in Amazing Stories Feb. 1028/1
A Lunarian, preparing to leave, looked up from a rock he had been studying.
||1929 Death of the Moon in Amazing Stories Feb. 1027/2
For some time it lay there, without sign of life, but at last the thick, circular door opened, and the lunarian inventor stepped boldly into the earthly sunlight.
||1935 Martian Gesture in Wonder Stories Oct. 624/1
Only to the astronomer, ic Dalfca, did the unbroken darkness of Earth’s night-side have a sad significance.