Discover the Enzmann Starship
Don’t miss the Enzmann Starship Gallery – a history in the making. Based on the design developed by Dr. Enzmann in the late 1940s, the Enzmann Starship is a nuclear pulse interstellar ship fueled by a 3-million-ton ball of frozen deuterium. Published in Analog Magazine in 1972, this starship gained popularity among space enthusiasts and the engineering world. This flyby is the excellent work of Nick Stevens.
“The Archive at its core is a story of us as humans, our history, and our potential. That is why this Archive is so important to be published and codified, 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
“It was fascinating to read about Dr. Enzmann’s thoughts on technological developments and our future as our society selected 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 recreate some of the thoughts covered in the publication – perhaps using our most current technology.”
– Marina Bograd
Assoc. Professor & Chair, Engineering Dept., MassBay Community College, Wellesley, MA
“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.”