The February 1930 issue of Astounding Stories of Super-Science continues, with a fairly short story called “Into Space”, one of two in this issue by Captain Sterner St. Paul Meek (under two different pseudonyms).
Science having progressed, you probably don’t want to use this story to help you with your physics homework. But everything is related to Irregular Webcomic.
“Into Space” by Sterner St. Paul
Btw, this story includes a short bit of racist but relatively non-malicious dialogue. I tried to turn it on itself in my reading, so that the stereotyped character was making a joke at the expense of stereotype. One of the hazards of reading stories from the past is encountering bad attitudes from the past, though, and I want you to know that I’m not ignorant of that, agreeing with the author’s attitude, or trying to pretend it’s not there. I’m just trying to get over rough ground as lightly as possible. That’s one of the legitimate uses of a reader’s powers of interpretation.