New Marvels of Applied Science
Dwight L Elmendorf Scribner's Magazine John M Bacon Cleveland L Moffett Pearson's Magazine
Wonder, Telegraphy, Photography, Technology, Invention, Aeronautics
Jan Szczepanik , Ludwig Kleinberg
Exposition Universelle Internationale de Paris en 1900
Describes, among other things, a new instrument which is a 'combination in effect of the principle of telescope and camera', as well as a successful 'experiment of wireless telegraphy between a station on the earth and a free balloon'. Claims that, if it had been conducted only a few years earlier, it could have meant that 'Andree and his companions [see RR1/16/2/1] might have sent word of their adventures and been rescued in time' (382).
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