By William R. Shelton
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His and armor-piercing rocket projectiles Navy for work on depth charges shunning publicity, he alternated between own by residents to grant assistants, facility Goddard $100,000. Goddard near Roswell, New set up a simple Mexico. There, 1935, he launched a remarkably sophisticated 85-pound line were projectile. fed into a Its liquid oxygen and gaso- combustion chamber from a 43 pressurized tank; chamber the itself was pre- vented from melting by the flow of propellants within its hollow casing-aprocedurecalled "cur- used against Allied targets during World War Germany was not without its own pioneer the theory of rocket flight.
In can control with that severely crippled patients eye movements. The same kind of computer that photographic details of the interprets moon makes chromosomes and thus helps diagnose hereditary disorders. By the early 1970's the new science of embraced had nautics every nearly astro- scientific from astrophysics to zoology, and discipline, was apparent human and that significant technical portions were resources it of our as per- manently committed to space exploration as they earlier of aviation.
Banner" refer to the British rockets that would have In World War sion that the was Moon, simplicity his In itself. spacemen entered The First Men in enam- a sphere eled with a mysterious gravity-defying substance called Cavorite, opened moon, and sped on a their window aimed at the barrage balloons and from the ground at Ger- at man Zeppelins. But, generally speaking, military rockets of the period by improved which in about the became clear that the Chinese, who had gunpowder and rockets centuries earlier, it invented were on the was sion right track all along; rocket propul- the practical means were made nearly obsolete artillery, the airplane, and radio — England saw experimental use as a means winged bomb," of sending into space cargoes of explosives, instruments, and human missiles.
Man's Conquest of Space by William R. Shelton