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coming age of rocket power.
George Edward Pendray
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pendray, G. Edward (George Edward), Coming age of rocket power. New York, London, Harper & brothers . THE COMING AGE OF ROCKET POWER Author Pendray, G. Edward Book condition Used Quantity available 1 Publisher Harper & Brothers Place of Publication New York and London Date published Keywords Nonfiction; Rocketry; (Rocketry).
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Edward Pendray. Title: Jet Propulsion Theories. (Book Reviews: The Coming Age of Rocket Power) Book Authors: Pendray, G.
Edward: Review Author: Marks, Lionel S. ROCKET POWER THE COMING AGE * G EDWARD PENDRAY * CHESLEY BONESTELL ART. Sign in to check out Check out as guest. This includes a great inside article entitled "THE COMING AGE OF ROCKET POWER". (Will rockets supplant the plane and the train as carriers of mail and express.
This is a book condensation. Nice page article!Seller Rating: % positive. Equally informative as an introduction to rocketry but historically important as a spur to enthusiasts was G. Edward Pendray's The Coming Age of Rocket Power (New York, ), wherein rocket efficiency was pictured as opening "the way to an entire new world of velocities, altitudes, and powers which have hitherto been closed to us; and.
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Accessed Janu "G. Edward Pendray, a proponent of the peaceful uses of rocket power and space flight since the 's, died of complications from Parkinson's disease Tuesday. He was 86 years old and lived in Jamesburg, N.J." ^ "In The Realm of Books", Amazing Stories, Decemberp Created by Andrew McElfresh, Gabor Csupo, Arlene Klasky.
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() US public relations consultant, author and rocket scientist, a founding member of the American Interplanetary Society inand author of several nonfiction works, including Men, Mirrors and Stars (), The Coming Age of Rocket Power () and Rocket Development (anth ) edited with Esther Goddard and Robert Goddard; he was involved in installing.
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