Sunward Flight by Leo Zagat:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas
"Fear - the ancestral, abysmal fear of the dark that no centuries of civilization can quite expunge from Manís marrow - the crawling fear of things unnameable - you will meet them on Sunward Flight. Are you big enough to make the trip?"
Breezy tale by Zagat tells the story of early spacemen kidnapped by greedy super science wielders. Try reading it here.
(Sunward Flight by Leo Zagat)
Polo played in mid-air with special aircraft and helium-filled balls.
High tensile strength, lightweight material.
A means of producing illumination that does not produce heat.
A spaceship large enough for just one man; also an escape pod.
A privately-owned pleasure craft capable of attaining orbit.
A display with a central, pentagonal display surrounded by square displays attached to the sides.
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