Rocket Manual For Amateurs by Capt. Brinley
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If you've ever seen the movie "October Skies" or read the book "Rocket Boys" this is one of the books that started amateur rocketry's ascent into mainstream geekdom.  Zinc! Sulfur! Fire and Brimstone!

Compact, clearly-written handbook that gives accurate, step-by-step instructions on every phase of designing, building and firing your own zinc/sulfur rocket. Includes drawings, diagrams, and mathematical data.

Published by Ballantine Books, New York, New York, U.S.A., 1960. Soft Cover. 

Book Condition: Good. Remington, Barbara (illustrator). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Original Edition, not a Reprint

Clean text, tight binding, all pages intact, some creasing on spine with moderate edgewear. 

Rocket Manual for Amateurs is a compact, clearly-written handbook that gives accurate, step-by-step insturctions --including drawings, diagrams, and mathematical data -- on every phase of designing, building and firing your own rocket.  382 pages of terrific information!

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