From the early 1950s through to the end of the 1970s, Galaxy Magazine was the go-to publication for pulp science fiction narratives, but the magazine wasn't able to keep up with the times, and soon its charming, often corny stories went under. However, thanks to the internet, all is not lost, as Galaxy Magazine has recently been made available for free online.
Anyone interested in exploring the roots of science fiction can find Galaxy Magazine at Archive.org, a non-profit online library that stores millions of books, movies, software, music, website, and more, all completely free. Indeed, Galaxy Magazine is worth saving, as it published many legendary writers including the likes of Ray Bradbury, Frederick Pohl, and Isaac Asimov. The current collection includes 355 issues, focusing on the essentials from its history.