This posthumous publication of a 1984 manuscript describes many of the innovative ideas of Dr. Robert Enzmann involving the technology of interstellar travel. Enzmann was one of the greatest thinkers in space science of the 20th century and was in contact with most of the key figures of the space age. As a member of the team that built the Atlas, the first ICBM, he was at the forefront of the space race. The visionary nature of the manuscript provides a roadmap to the kind of thinking that is necessary if mankind is to travel to the stars. – Aeolus Limited
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The Symbologist explored the world of symbols with Dr. Robert Duncan-Enzmann and his revelations are ‘jaw-dropping.’ Her research through the Enzmann Archive project earned her a post-grad degree. She has published several books on Symbology which you can find at thesymbologist.com.
Discover the Enzmann Starship Gallery
Journey Through an Iconic Piece of Space History
The Enzmann Starship Gallery is more than just an exhibition. It is a journey through the past, present, and potential future of human interstellar travel. It is a tribute to the dreamers and doers who dare to reach for the stars. A voyage aboard an Enzmann Starship is no less than a leap into the cosmos, daring to travel the interstellar distances that lay beyond our solar system’s boundaries.
Experience a groundbreaking chapter in space exploration with the Enzmann Starship Gallery. This stunning exhibition celebrates the awe-inspiring Enzmann Starships, dreamt up by Dr. Enzmann in the twilight of the 1940s. A true testament to the audacity of Enzmann’s ingenuity, these designs serve as a beacon to space aficionados and engineers around the world.
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What People Are Saying!
I have studied physics at the local university, and astronomy at the University of Stockholm in Sweden. As a fan of Science I decided to do some calculations to determine if the claims of the book are within our technological capabilities today, and the answer I have reached is yes! Some parts require of course significant technical development, but no new physics. Starships like the ones described in the book might set out for the stars in about 100 years if we take the decision to develop this technology.
This posthumous publication of a 1984 manuscript describes many of the innovative ideas of Dr. Robert Enzmann involving the technology of interstellar travel. Enzmann was one of the greatest thinkers in space science of the 20th century and was in contact with most of the key figures of the space age. As a member of the team that built the Atlas, the first ICBM, he was at the forefront of the space race. The visionary nature of the manuscript provides a roadmap to the kind of thinking that is necessary if mankind is to travel to the stars.
"I see Bob Enzmann's work as being one of the few things that the public can latch onto that will enable everyone to have a greater vision of humanity, a greater chance of survival for humanity, and something that will truly begin to lift us up and become an advanced civilization."
– Edwin L. Pangman, Starship Project Engineer
"It was fascinating to read about Dr. Enzmann's thoughts on technological developments, and our future as our society selects its development. His notes and sketches will provide the educational community many discussion opportunities of the engineering, discipline, and engineering ethics, as well as a chance for those who are interested to re-create some of the thoughts in the publication – perhaps using our most current technology."
– Marina Bograd
Associate Professor & Chair, Engineering Dept., MassBay Community Collge, Wellesley, MA.
"If Enzmann is right – and an impressive number of people are coming to think he is – by the time the present program calls for manned landings on the moon, we could have a ship built that could make the round-trip to Pluto in a matter of a few weeks … and that could keep right on going to the stars.
From Galaxy Magazine 1965
Frederik Pohl Science Fiction Author
"The Archive at its core is the story of us as humans, our history, and our potential. That is why it is so important to publish and codify this Archive, for I've never seen a project so ambitious, so culture-shatteringly immense. In conclusion, we are simply the custodians of the Archive, but FREA, in truth, is the history and future of humanity."
Edmund Devine, FREA Historian
"I was fortunate to have learned a great deal of basic information about Enzmann's fusion starship. He certainly helped kick-start my thinking about the practical aspects of spaceflight."
Rick Sternbach, Senior Production Illustrator/Designer
Having reviewed what is known about the engineering concept from the literature, and under the assumption it is constructed by an advanced interstellar society with sufficient space infrastructure, the authors of this paper conclude that the Enzmann Starship would work in theory.
Journal of the British Interplanetary Society Vol. 65 No. 6 June 2012
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