One Against The Legion by Jack Williamson:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas
Terrific yarn tells the story of The Basilisk, a mysterious figure that seems to manifest at will around the galaxy. Visit the amazing New Moon Casino satellite, with its many wonders. Will Chan Derron take the blame for the Basilisk's crimes? Will he fall to the charms of the deadly android woman? And what of Giles Habibula? has he really retired?
('One Against the Legion' by Jack Williamson)
Used in astrogation, this device can see the positions of stars and planets over a thousand year period.
Device provides instantaneous teleportation of selected objects over vast distances.
An atomic powered, miniaturized means of propulsion.
Even faster than ultrawave! a means of instantaneous communication over lightyear distances.
A device that projects whirling fields of atomic instability.
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