pertaining to Venus or Venusians; = Venustian adj.
On what topic would you first wish to compare Venerian opinions with your own?
Station X ix. 129
He read minute reports of the Venerian and Neptunian trips.
A Baby on Neptune in Amazing Stories Dec. 796/1
Out into the maze of halls they went again, now led by the kindly, seven-foot Venerian scientist.
Black Star Passes in Amazing Stories Nov. 721/2
Brandon turned his controls over to an assistant, and went up to the Venerian rooms, where von Steiffel and his staff were to operate upon the Vorkul.
Spacehounds of IPC in Amazing Stories Sept. 567/1
Both supported life—Mars' meager plant and animal life contrasting strangely with the luxuriant vegetation and teeming life amid the swamps and steaming jungles of the Venerian globe.
The Moon Pirates in Amazing Stories Sept. 13/2
A Venerian space cruiser, the X-1, raced toward earth.
The Master Minds of Venus in Amazing Stories Sept. 108/1
Young Burke had then undertaken to negotiate exploitation rights with the local Venerian authorities in order to hold the valuable claim against other exploiters who were sure to follow.
Space Cadet 183
No one has ever translated ‘Green Hills’ into the lisping Venerian speech; no Martian ever croaked and whispered it in the dry corridors.
Green Hills of Earth 180
A vertical crease appeared briefly in the High Commander’s forehead, and he looked for long thoughtful seconds at the Venerians before resuming his talk. But what else was there to do, except put Esteelers onto Venerian ships?
Stone Place in If Mar. 13/2
1977 Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Aug. 157/2
I went out with a Venerian Priest of the Flesh.
Princess Latufui had been restless all this evening—the time before sleep, that is: Great Evening was still many Terrene days off. Can we ever truly adapt to the monstrous Venerian calendar? Arthur has been on this world for fifteen years—has he drifted not just to an- other world, but another clock, another calendar?
Botanica Veneris in Old Venus 562
George McLeod Winsor, Station X
Research HistoryMike Christie has submitted a cite from a 1973 reprint of Heinlein's "Space Cadet", which was verified by Rick Hauptmann in the 1948 first edition.
Rick Hauptmann submitted a cite from Robert Heinlein's story "The Green Hills of Earth, from the 1951 first edition of the collection "The Green Hills of Earth".
Cory Panshin submitted a 1934 cite from Neil R. Jones' "The Moon Pirates", and another 1934 cite from William Sonneman's "The Master Minds of Venus".
Rick Hauptmann submitted a 1931 cite from E.E. Smith's "Spacehounds of IPC".
Fred Galvin submitted a cite from a reprint of John W. Campbell's "Solarite"; Mike Christie verified the cite in the original 1930 magazine version.
Malcolm Farmer submitted a cite from a reprint of Fred Saberhagen's "Stone Place"; Mike Christie verified the cite in the 1965 first magazine appearance.
Fred Galvin submitted a cite from a 1950 reprint of Clare Winger Harris & Miles J. Breuer's "A Baby on Neptune"; Jesse Sheidlower verified this in its first publication (Amazing Stories, December, 1929).
Fred Galvin found a reference in the ISFDB to H. A. Hargreaves', "Venerian Vector-Transit Tales"; we would like verification of this from the original publication (On Spec, Spring 1990).
Jesse Sheidlower submitted a 1926 cite from George McLeod Winsor's Station X, in Amazing Stories, which he then verified in the 1919 book publication.
Ben Ostrowsky submitted a 2015 cite from Ian McDonald.
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