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Danny Dunn And The Voice From Space (Danny Dunn #10)

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Volume #12 of the Danny Dunn series.
Hardcover, 158 pages
Published 1967 by McGraw-Hill
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Shawn
Another fine entry in the Danny Dunn series, this time focused on radio telescopy and thermodynamics, with some nicely subtle commentary on communication.

Professor Bullfinch invents a "thermoelement" or "cryostat" (which Danny dubs The Zero-Maker), a self-contained, compact electron-driven heat pump that could prove useful in inexpensively cooling the masers used in radio telescopes. With the help of his old friend Dr. Hubert Badger (expert in SETI type astronomy), they convince Sir Edward Pomfr
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Terry
Nate and I read this book, him first then me. That was fun, and it was fun to remember when I was 10 and read several of these books, just as he has. The book is good because it gets kids interested in science. This one dealt with a bit of thermodynamics and radio astronomy. Great experience!!
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Jay Williams (May 31, 1914–July 12, 1978) was an American author born in Buffalo, New York, the son of Max and Lillian Jacobson. He cited the experience of growing up as the son of a vaudeville show producer as leading him to pursue his acting career as early as college. Between 1931 and 1934 he attended the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University where he took part in amateur theatrica ...more
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