Science Fiction in the News Articles
related to the works of

Max Valier

Max Valier (b. 1895 - d. 1930) was an Austrian rocketry pioneer, experimentalist and writer. He was fascinated by Hermann Oberth's work, and published both fiction and non-fiction on rockets and space travel.

He was killed when an an alcohol-fuelled rocket exploded on his test bench.


(Max Valier)

Science fiction in the News articles describe real-world events that relate to the ideas and inventions in sf novels and movies. Select a news article:

Students! NASA's Space Radiation Challenge Is On
   'The rocket-water tanks - all around us... that saved us?'- John W. Campbell, 1936.
TransAstra Lunar Mining Idea Was Max Valier's In 1931
   'This concentrated sunlight... would cause subsurface ice to sublimate into water vapor...' - Max Valier, 1931.
SpaceX Starship A Giant Space Telescope?
   'He used the great telescope which was built into the main axis of the ship...' - Max Valier, 1931.
NASA Predicts Radiation Risks
   '...in order to check the deadly short-wave gamma rays of space.' - Max Valier, 1931.
Chang'e-5 Lunar Lander Seeks Water
   '... get out the solar power apparatus and send it down to us from the air-lock by the crane.' - Max Valier, 1931.
Envisioning Starship Earth Travel - In 1930 By Max Valier
   'Why must we travel ever faster in a seemingly insatiable desire to conquer space and time?' - Max Valier, 1930.

 

 

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