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The Golden age of science fiction started in 1938. It was the time that Science fiction became very popular. There were also a lot of classic Science Fiction books published.
"Nightfall" is a science fiction novelette by Isaac Asimov.Published in 1941. Isaac Asimov is also said to be the Golden ages top publicist.
This is a book written by a British philosopher named Olaf Stapledon. The name of the book is "Sirius", and the book was published in 1944.
"The Man in half Moon Street" is a science fiction movie that was produced by Walter MacEwen. Published in 1945.
1946 was the end of the golden age of science fiction. Isaac Asimov said, "The dropping of the atom bomb in 1945 is thought to be what ended the Golden age of Science Fiction".
The "Invisible agent" is a movie that was made in 1942. It was written by Curtis Siodmak and produced by Frank Lloyd. The movie starred Ilona Massey and Jon Hall.
It is said that John W. Campbell was the reason for the Golden age of Science Fiction. It started when he became an editor and publisher of the pulp magazine "Astounding Science Fiction".
In 1939 the issue of "Astounding Science fiction" Included the first published story by A. E van Vogt, "Black destroyer" and Isaac Asimov's first appearance in the magazine.
John W. Campbell wrote the science fiction book "who goes there?" in 1938. As editor of the magazine, "Astounding science fiction", John added more realism and psychological depth to characterization then you could see in the "super science" era.
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