Author: Edward Elmer Smith
Publisher: BiblioLife; Large type / large print edition edition (August 18, 2008)
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The largest and most important expenditure for Titanic was fuel
The largest and most important expenditure for Titanic was fuel. The captain of the Titanic, John Edward Smith, born January and died April 1912 at the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Photo taken at Southampton Harbor Southampton, England, United Kingdom.
Spacehounds of IPC - Edward Elmer "Doc" Smith
Spacehounds of IPC - Edward Elmer "Doc" Smith. While the newcomer was talking, he had stripped the covers from a precise scale model of the solar system and from a large and complicated calculating machine and had set to work without a wasted motion or instant-scaling off upon the model the positions of the various check-stations and setting up long and involved integrals and equations upon the calculator.
Spacehounds of IPC. Smith Edward Elmer.
Edward Elmer Smith PhD was an American food engineer and early science fiction author, best known for the Lensman and Skylark series. He is sometimes called the father of space opera. Born: May 2, 1890, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States Died: August 31, 1965, Seaside, Oregon, United States Parents: Fred Jay Smith, Caroline Mills Smith Education: University of Idaho, George Washington University Nominations: Hugo Award for Best Novel, more.
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In contrast to the Skylark and the Lensman series by Edward E. Smith, a visionary, foremost science fiction author, Spacehounds of IPC is a "stand alone" book. It narrates of a huge spaceship on a . .outine flight to Mars being partially destroyed by aliens, who try to convey it to Jupiter. In view of the date of writing, 1931 to be exact, the story appears to be a striking fantastic adventure. Amazing technology, the unknown life forms, suspense and heroism – the book possesses all these in abundance. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
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Farbelow the surface lay the city of Zbardk, the largest of the fewremaining strongholds of the human race. At one portal of the city atorpedo-shaped, stubby-winged rocket plane rested in the carriage of acatapult. Near it the captain addressed briefly the six men normallycomposing his crew.
By E. E. (Edward Elmer) Smith, E. Everett (Edward Everett) Evans.
PART I. Spacehounds of IPC. CHAPTER I. The IPV Arcturus Sets Out for Mars. By E. The Skylark of Space. By Lee Hawkins Garby, E. (Edward Elmer) Smith. William Cobbett A Biography in Two Volumes, Vol. 2 (of 2). A good many of us, who are now certain beyond a doubt that space travel will forever remain . A good many of us, who are now certain beyond a doubt that space travel will forever remain in the realm of the impossible, probably would, if a rocket that were shot to the moon, for instance, did arrive, and perhaps return to give proof of its safe arrival on our satellite, accept the phenomenon in a perfectly blase, twentieth century manner