G Harry Stine

USA flag (1928 - 1997)

aka Lee Correy

G. HARRY STINE founder and past president of the NAR, started the first model rocket company whose kits are now in the Smithsonian. An engineer, science writer, and science fiction author, he is one of 50 U.S. space pioneers honored with a silver medal by the U.S. Army Association. More than 35 years after his first model rocket went skyward and over 500 million model rockets later, Stine continues to design, fly, and teach others how to do it.

Genres: Science Fiction
   Starship through Space (1954) (as by Lee Correy)
   Rocket Man (1955) (as by Lee Correy)
   Contraband Rocket (1956) (as by Lee Correy)
   Star Driver (1980) (as by Lee Correy)
   The Space Enterprise (1980)
   Shuttle Down (1981) (as by Lee Correy)
   Space Doctor (1981) (as by Lee Correy)
   Manna (1984) (as by Lee Correy)
   A Matter of Metalaw (1986) (as by Lee Correy)
Series contributed to
Non fiction
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Short stories
The Easy Way Out (as by Lee Correy)
Pioneer (1954) (as by Lee Correy)
Manna (part 1 of 3) (1983) (as by Lee Correy)
Manna (part 2 of 3) (1983) (as by Lee Correy)

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