1932R. CummingsWandl, the Invader in Astounding Stories May xxii. 254
Snap and I were in control of the ship. For temporary periods the automatics would handle the gravity-shifters. I could operate them here from the turret.
1930R. CummingsBrigands of Moon in Astounding Stories of Super-Science Mar. 314/2
The dome roof, with the glassite windows rolled back now, rose in a mound-peak to cover this highest middle portion of the vessel.
1930R. CummingsBrigands of the Moon in Astounding Stories of Super Science Mar. 343/2
The Planetara was turning. The heavens revolved in a great round sweep of movement, then settled as we took our new course. Hahn at the turret controls had swung us. The earth and the sun showed over our bow quarter. The sunlight mingled red-yellow with the brilliant starlight. Hahn’s signals were sounding; I heard them answered from the mechanism rooms down below. Brigands there—in full control. The gravity plates were being set to the new positions; we were on our new course. Headed a point or two off the Earth-line.
1930R. CummingsBrigands of the Moon in Astounding Stories of Super-Science Mar. 347/1
Miko was bending over him. Miko with a heat-cylinder no longer than a finger. Its needle-beam played upon Snap’s naked chest. I could see the gruesome little trail of smoke rising.
1932R. CummingsWandl, the Invader in Astounding Stories May 244
The masters of Wandl immediately recognized the paramount importance of the coming battle in space, and promptly sent more space-forces off.
1932R. CummingsWandl, the Invader in Astounding Stories Apr. 251/2
A haze like glowing stardust, or the radiance from a comet’s tail, was spread…no doubt the released electrons and the dissipating gases of the space guns and exploding projectiles.