J. Schlossel

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light-hour n. 1931 J. Schlossel Extra-galactic Invaders in Amazing Stories Quarterly Spring 276/2 Nearer swept those two fleets, nearer and nearer. Twenty light-hours separated those onrushing forces, nineteen light-hours, eighteen light-hours, still were the weapons on the ships rushing outward from the galaxy silent.
Lunarian n. 1931 J. Schlossel Extra-Galactic Invaders in Amazing Stories Quarterly Spring 277/2 There, somewhere in the center of that vast host, the Solarians, both men and Lunarians, began to see themselves in their true perspectives.
matter transmission n. 1931 J. Schlossel Extra-Galactic Invaders in Amazing Stories Quarterly Spring 269/2 The attack must be launched before man completed the great matter-transmission machine he was planning… otherwise they would have the forces of the Confederation at the entrances of their underground cities.