Clifton B. Kruse:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Clifton Bryan Kruse (b. 1905 - d. 2000) was born in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, USA. All of his publications fall between 1933 and 1943; he also wrote under the pen name Spenser Lane.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Asteroid Lanes (Blasted)
Actually clearing safe routes through asteroid belts.

Flight of the Typhoon (1936)

Martian creature for transportation.

The Secret of the Canali (1938)

Meteor Particles (Sand Blast)
Tiny sand-sized asteroids sand-blasting the hull of a spacecraft.

Flight of the Typhoon (1936)

Space Legs
The ability to walk under high gee acceleration on a space ship.

Flight of the Typhoon (1936)

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