Lost Rocket by Manly Wade Wellman:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Short space yarn starts with the wreck of the Phobos, a spaceship carrying supplies and roving bombs to the space colonies. What happened and who is responsible? Select an invention:

Magnetized Boots - made for walking

Metal Solvent Ray Thrower - also a reaction pistol

Oxygen Freshener - breath of fresh air

Roving Bomb - RC weaponry

Space Overalls - easier than space suits

Space Socks

 

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