L.A. Eshbach:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas

(L.A. Eshbach)

Lloyd Arthur Eshbach (b. 1910 - d. 2003) was an American science fiction fan, sf writer as well as a publisher and editor. He published a fanzine in the early Thirties, The Galleon and initiated a small hardcover press many are familiar with, Fantasy Press, which published authors like Doc Smith, Heinlein, Williamson and Campbell.

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Electromagnet-tipped rods used by meteor miners to capture iron-rich asteroids in space.

The Meteor Miners (1935)

Meteor Swarm Mining
A fleet of ships hunting for meteoric iron - in space!

The Meteor Miners (1935)

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