The Scarab by Raymond Z. Gallun:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Classic story by Gallun, a neglected master of the genre in the Thirties. A mysterious fortress threatens humanity; it seems impossible to get in and discover its secrets. It's not impossible for ... the Scarab! Select an invention:

Protective Energy Halo

Scarab Robot Flying Insect - tiny robotic insect

Vision Tubes

 

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