F.E. Hardart:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
F.E. Hardart (Flossie Elizabeth Hardart b.1913 - d. ?) wrote just three short stories after she attended the first World Science Fiction Convention in New York City in 1939. She was a member of the American Society for Mechanical Engineering.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Spacehound
Oddly canine, telepathic beast digs in asteroids for metal.

Beast of Space (1941)

Squeaker
Used to search out radium in asteroids.

Beast of Space (1941)

Test Box
A remote-controlled device for capturing small objects from open space.

The Devil's Pocket (1940)


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