Ray Bradbury

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Earthian n. 1 1948 R. Bradbury Million-Year Picnic 165 I was looking for Earthian logic, common sense, good government, peace and responsibility.
mag- prefix 1943 R. Bradbury King of Gray Spaces in Famous Fantastic Mysteries Dec. 122/2 They looked and acted as if they were going to attend a magnetic ball game at one of the local mag-fields.
Mercurian adj. 1951 R. Bradbury Rocket Man in Illustrated Man 68 But I have to get my own collection, trading from other boys, the Martian rocks and Mercurian sands which filled my room, but about which Dad would never comment.
moon base n. 1944 R. Bradbury Lazarus Come Forth in Planet Stories Winter 108/2 Go up to the radio room and call Earth. We’ve got to rush the Scientist to Moon Base immediately.
moon rocket n. 1947 R. Bradbury Rocket Summer in Planet Stories Spring 50/1 The crew of the Moon Rocket stood in the air-lock.
rocketport n. 1967 R. Bradbury Lost City of Mars in 3 to the Highest Power (1968) 17 The wind that blew from the frontier town smelled of grease. An aluminum-toothed jukebox banged somewhere. A junk yard rusted beside the rocketport. Old newspapers danced on the windy tarmac.
space station n. 1956 R. Bradbury End of Beginning in R is for Rocket (1968) Think of itβ€”a manned rocket going up tonight to build the first space station.
time machine n. 1988 R. Bradbury Toynbee Convector (1989) 3 Yes, the time machine is on exhibit below.