Full record for spacewrecked adj.

Definition wrecked in space
OED requirements antedating 1932
Earliest cite Neil R. Jones, Spacewrecked on Venus
Comment Fred Galvin submitted a 1958 cite from P. Schuyler Miller's "The Reference Library".
Fred Galvin submitted a 1952 cite from an editorial blurb in Space Science Fiction.
Fred Galvin submitted a 1954 cite from George O. Smith's "Spacemen Lost".
Fred Galvin submitted a cite from a 1949 reprint of George Danzell's "The Castaway"; Mike Christie verified the cite in the 1940 original appearance.
Fred Galvin submitted a 1976 cite from a book review by Spider Robinson in Galaxy Magazine
Fred Galvin submitted a 1947 cite from a letter in Planet Stories by E.A. McKinley
Fred Galvin submitted a cite from an editorial blurb in Astonishing Stories, December 1940
Fred Galvin submitted a cite from an editorial in Planet Stories, January 1951
Fred Galvin submitted as a cite, the title of a 1932 story, "Spacewrecked on Venus" by Neil R. Jones
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Citations for spacewrecked adj.

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1940 Astonishing Stories Dec. 26 Two spacewrecked honeymooners, adrift in the void for six days, can't be choosy about their rescuers—but they may wish they were back in their wrecked ship.
1940 ‘G. Danzell’ Castaway in Planet Stories Winter 37/2 We're standing by to take on a space-wrecked sailor.
1947 Planet Stories June–Aug. 126/2 Once when I was spacewrecked on the third moon of a planet (so far away the star it revolves around hasn't been discovered yet) I used it as a lathe to turn out the hull of a sixty-foot inertialess cruiser and at the same time a central fire control system with which to hold at bay the fierce BEMs that were attempting to capture my mind.
1954 G. O. Smith Spacemen Lost in Startling Stories Fall 55/2 She was holding fast to a blind hope, the same hope to which many a shipwrecked and space-wrecked victim has clung when the searching party passes at a distance and goes on, and the mind keeps crying that surely someone will turn and see.
1958 P. S. Miller Reference Library in Astounding Sci. Fiction Jan. 147/2 These are the adventures of Alan Green, spacewrecked on a far planet that is overrun with feudal human societies.
1976 S. Robinson Galaxy Bookshelf in Galaxy July 127/1 Polymath also concerns space-wrecked humans, who land on a mystery world after barely escaping the destruction of their home planet by nova. They ground safely, but their ship is subsequently wrecked.