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Rocket Manual for Amateurs

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Written expressly for you, ROCKET MANUAL FOR AMATEURS is a compact, clearly-written handbook that gives accurate, step-by-step instructions - including drawings, diagrams, and mathematical data - on every phase of designing, building and firing your own rocket.
* Organization of Amateur Rocket Groups
* Legal Codes and Safety Procedures
* Basic Rocket Design
* Motor Systems
* Ro
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Paperback, 382 pages
Published 1960 by Ballantine Books Inc.

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Dec 09, 2012 Tom Hunter rated it it was amazing
When I was a kid, I built a lot of rockets and this book was golden. It was precisely what I was interested in at the time. I devoured it and pored over its pages and many drawings and other graphics. Just an amazing, priceless little paperback full of wonder.
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