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Inducted in Outstanding science writer and co-founder of German Rocket Society. Willy Ley was a prolific writer and lecturer on scientific subjects.
He was one of the earliest proponents of a manned flight to the Moon. Unfortunately, died less than one month before seeing his life-long dream become a reality. Ley was born in Berlin, Germany on October 2,and received a degree in journalism from the University of Koenigsberg.
Originally interested in paleontology, he became fascinated with space travel after reading Hermann Oberth's pioneering books on the subject. Over the next several years he published several books promoting spaceflight while also editing the VfR's journal, Die Rakete The Rocket.
His literary works on astronautics and astro-history that he would write in America are considered classics in their field. Ley immediately joined the American Rocket Society, experimenting with rockets from on.
He soon discovered that, compared to the situation in Germany, public enthusiasm over the possibility of manned rocket flight in the U.
He therefore wrote articles and books publicizing the practicality of manned spaceflight in the relatively near future. InLey published Rockets: This was one of the earliest books on rocketry for the general American public, and served as a basic reference source for future science fiction and reality writing.
It was re-issued as Rockets, Missiles, and Men in Space in Ley's most influential work however, was the best-selling The Conquest of Space, published in with lavish illustrations by Chesley Bonestell.
Willy Ley's text for The Conquest of Space opened the doors of many minds to the idea that mankind was truly capable of leaving the earth behind.
Ley Crater on the far side of the Moon is named in his honor. It cannot be a substance of any kind that can be expected to pay. It can only be something intangible, not involving haulage, which is at the same time more valuable.
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When I was a boy, oddities fascinated me, particularly if they appeared to make no sense. Historical oddities or anomalous news stories especially attracted my interest, lingering in my mind for years to come.
Willy Ley (December 2, - June 24, ) was a German-American science writer and space advocate who helped popularize rocketry and spaceflight in both Germany and the United States.
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