The Moon of Doom by Earl L. Bell:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas
Widespread use of atomic energy formed a field that pulled on the Moon, affecting tides and the Earth's rotation as well as cooling. In just a few short months, the Earth's technological civilization was wrecked entirely. The Moon captured some of Earth's atmosphere, making it a possible refuge for the few remaining humans. Relics of an extinct civilization of Moonmen is discovered. Tidal forces wreck the Moon, and it withdraws, allowing the Earth to revive.
An airplane powered by nuclear energy, capable of tremendous speed and distance.
One's home planet, or the origin world of one's species.
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