Robert S. Richardson
- "Philip Latham can support the suppositions that are the basis of his science fiction novels with accepted scientific theories. For he's an author who's in the business of "watching the stars." An astronomer at Mount Wilson and Palomar Observatories since 1931, he started writing for magazines in the early forties. His work won such wide respect that he now has a college textbook on astronomy to his credit. Movie producers as well as publishers find Mr. Latham's experience too good to pass up. He has given technical assistance to a number of studios on pictures such as Destination Moon, and he has written an article describing the work on the science fiction thriller When Worlds Collide. - from the back flap of the dust jacket on Five Against Venus.
- Works by Robert S. Richardson at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Robert S. Richardson at Internet Archive
- Robert S. Richardson at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
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