1. pulpcovers:

    The Man From The Atom

    Published in August 1923, this “Scientific Fiction Number” is considered to be the first American science fiction magazine. The success of this issue, and the one the following year, led Gernsback to publish a specialized fiction magazine, Amazing Stories, beginning in 1926.

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  2. vitazur:

    Jim Burns - Scoutship Pilot, 1979.

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  8. wasbella102:

    And let me play among the stars

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  10. freakishlyawesomescience:

    Hokusai Crater

    This dramatic image features Hokusai in the foreground, famous for its extensive set of rays, some of which extend for over a thousand kilometers across Mercury’s surface. The extensive, bright rays indicate that Hokusai is one of the youngest large craters on Mercury.

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  13. humanoidhistory:

    TODAY IN SPACE HISTORY: On March 27, 1996, astronauts Linda Godwin and Michael “Rich” Clifford take a six-hour spacewalk while the Space Shuttle Atlantis is docked with Russia’s Mir Space Station. (DoD)

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  15. notpulpcovers:

    Thrills Incorporated No. 20: Goddess of Space. *4000th upload!* http://flic.kr/p/mq2ajF

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