If you’re going to shoot me into space, at least let me put on a shirt. I think intergalactic law requires it, though you wouldn’t know it from the pulp magazines of the 30s, 40s, and 50s. Back in the pulp era, all a woman needed to explore space was one durable bra, a short skirt, and occasionally a space helmet. On this cover, they didn’t even provide a helmet.
Thrills Incorporated was an Australian magazine that ran from 1950 to 1952. I don’t know much about the credited artist, T. Brand, other than he did a few other covers for the magazine.