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by Stanley G. and Helen Weinbaum

"Shackled by the Gravity of Mighty Jupiter, Three Vertical Miles of Water Rush on to Blanket the Surface of Ganymede!"

('Tidal Moon' by Stanley and Helen Weinbaum)

"WHEN the late Stanley G. Weinbaum's first science fiction story, A MARTIAN ODYSSEY, appeared in the July, 1934, issue of WONDER STORIES, it skyrocketed a new author to fame—and opened up an entire new field in fantastic literature.

For Stanley G. Weinbaum was the first s-f author to recognize the fact that alien worlds offered alien environments — and alien forms of intelligent life.

Written in typical Weinbaum style, TIDAL MOON warmly revives memories of the interesting Stanley G. Weinbaum variety of interplanetary story originally introduced by this popular author.

TIDAL MOON was conceived by Stanley G. Weinbaum himself. Helen Weinbaum, his talented sister, who contributes mystery fiction to our companion magazines, completed the narrative. We hope you'll find the tale as charming as we did!"

(Stanley G. and Helen Weinbaum)

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San Francisco Autobus
   'THE autobus turned silently down the wide street...' - Stanley G. and Helen Weinbaum, 1938.

NASA Wants Self-Driving Or Remote-Controlled Vehicles For Lunar Astronauts
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SpaceX Wants A Moonbase Alpha
re: L. Ron Hubbard

Vast Apartment Living Will Get Even More Vast
re: Louis Tucker

NASA Wants Self-Driving Or Remote-Controlled Vehicles For Lunar Astronauts
re: Stanley G. and Helen Weinbaum

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