Invaders From The Infinite by John W. Campbell:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

This book is the third volume of John Campbell's Arcot-Morey-Wade series, which tell the story of three young scientists who invent the technologies needed to save the Earth (and most of the universe by the time the series is over). This is space opera on a grand scale; the confidence that rational men can solve any problem boils off every page. Select an invention:

Jump
Instantaneous movement over vast distances, points many light-years apart.

Space-Drive
A means of providing propulsion for a spacecraft.

Super-Photon
Three photons in one.

Telectroscope
A much better telescope than yours.

 

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