From ‘Star In A Jar’ To Spaceflight, One Experimenter Has High Hopes For Fusion

Melbourne FL (SPX) Jan 10, 2011 Dr. Robert Goddard, the inventor of the liquid-fuel rocket engine, conducted most of his pioneering work alone and with a close-knit group of technicians. Working alone, he was derided by scientists and ridiculed by the media during the early pioneering years who claimed that a rocket couldn’t fly in outer space without an atmosphere for its engine to “push” against. At one point, Goddard


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