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13 Quotations from Otto Binder
||1932 The First Martian in Amazing Stories Oct. 656/2
Of course, the shape of a rocket-ship does not matter in the least out in mid-space.
||1938 Life Eternal in Thrilling Wonder Stories Feb. ii. 73/2
Anton York willed himself out of his hypnotic state of bodily suspension. Mind-controlled relays turned on the various mechanisms that supplied heat, air, and artificial gravity.
|| 1939 Flight of Starshell in Thrilling Wonder Stories Feb. 57/1
The Starshell plunged on, negotiating the black gulf between Mars and Earth in rapid time. It had been several weeks since she had left her first port, Saturn’s outer moon.
|space travel n.
||1937 Conquest of Life in Thrilling Wonder Stories Aug. 30/2
Ten years of research on liquid and solid rocket fuels had convinced him space travel would not be achieved by that clumsy, wasteful means.
||1958 in Adventure Apr. (front cover)
Featuring ‘The Legion of Super-Heroes’.
||1958 in Adventure Apr. 3 (in figure)
You would be the greatest super-hero of us all!
||1937 Queen of Skies in Astounding Stories Nov. vii. 101/1
And now I will speak as well as telepathize, for the benefit of the two surface men who are here with me.
||1941 Adam Link in the Past in Amazing Stories Feb. 65/2
Its method of moving my ship physically was a by-product of the time[-]warping engine. By slipping the ship a few minutes or hours back in time—in relation to the daily clock—I moved westward. In effect, the Earth rotated under me.
||[1936 Spawn of Eternal Thought in Astounding Science Fiction May 151/2
He wished too that he might adapt his fourth-dimensional infinite velocity principle to the beam—that space-time warping form of energy which had given him instant contact with his ten-brain unit.]
||1939 Impossible World in Startling Stories Mar. vii. 41
After a stop at the Titanian docks for fuel and replacements of their emptied oxygen tanks, the ETBI-14 and its Ranger convoy lumbered for wayward lapetus.
||1938 Wayward World in Astounding Stories Feb. 110/1
It was too much fun seeing you wabble out in a vac-suit, like a sea-diver diving in a dry Martian seabottom.
||1939 Impossible World in Startling Stories Mar. 19/1
The rest of the men struggled into their vac-suits of neo-rubber. The two pilots helped them clamp the neck fittings of their helmets and clipped oxygen bottles to their belts…. Finally the eight vac-suited figures clumped out with their lead-weighted shoes and the air-lock hissed shut behind them.
||1937 Diamond Planetoid in Astounding Stories May 108/2
‘Archie, for John’s sake, get away—anywhere but there!’ Osgood’s vacuum-suited figure lumbered away from the diamond ’toid, as though he had heard.