This chapter summarizes the discussions in the preceding chapters. This book has followed the history of rocket technology, especially missile technology, from its early beginnings in the research and writings of Robert Goddard and Hermann Oberth through the development of the Minuteman missile. Among the themes that emerged is the diversity of contributors to rocket technology in America, the empirical nature of rocket development, and the significance of technology transfer.
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