6 edition of The first golden age of rocketry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Frank H. Winter.|
|LC Classifications||TL781 .W56 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 321 p. :|
|Number of Pages||321|
|LC Control Number||89600279|
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This book truly lays out the origins of military rocketry, from its beginnings in India to adaptation in Europe by Congreve to the invention of the Hale rocket. A fascinating book, the First Golden Age pulls no punches when it comes to the technical limitations of rockets (which were so great as to preclude them from replacing tube artilley) or Cited by: 4.
The First golden age of rocketry: Congreve and Hale rockets The first golden age of rocketry book the nineteenth century / by Frank H.
Winter. By Frank H. Winter. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, Get this from a library. The first golden age of rocketry: Congreve and Hale rockets of the nineteenth century. [Frank H Winter].
The Golden Age by John C. Wright is a fully developed view of an years into the future, named the Golden Oecumene. The solar system is a utopian society teeming with a vast assortment of human, artificial intelligence, nearly immortal tech-assisted post-humans, and many entities in between, including mass minds and AI collectives/5.
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Ye Olde Rocket Forum - Plans &. Written by former National Air and Space Museum curator for rocketry Frank Winter, this Smithsonian publication is considered to be the first comprehensive history of the use of rockets as artillery in the late 18th and 19th centuries.
Englishmen William Congreve and William Hale developed and refined the rocket as a piece of technology. The First Golden Age of Rocketry: Congreve and Hale Rockets of the Nineteenth Century. Smithsonian Institution Press,9 x 6 inches, pages.