Bibliography of Frank H. Winter
9/19/2014
(See also, Finding Aid to F.H. Winter Bibliography)

Works in Progress | Books | Papers | Articles | Misc. Conferences/Talks | Editorships | Columns | Misc. | Selected Articles as a Journalist for U.S Air Force

Works in Progress:

Book, with Frederick I. Ordway, III, Reaction Motors, Inc. (RMI), America's First Liquid Propellant Rocket Company: A History, 1941-1972, to be published in late 2014 or early 2015 by Univelt, Inc., San Diego, as part of the AAS History Series.

Book, working title, Creators of the V-2 Rocket: A Selected Who's Who.

Book, working title, Lone Experimenter An Assessment of the Accomplishments of Robert H. Goddard.

Book, working title, The Complete Book of Asian Rocket Festivals. The book is part of the International Partnership Among Museums (IPAM) scholarship won from the American Association of Museums.

Article, “Leik's Laser Lightcraft,” to be published in Air & Space Smithsonian.

“Battle of Bladensburg Bi-Centennial,” to be published in Spaceflight (British Interplanetary Society), Vol. 56, November 2014.

“Congreve Rockets in the War of 1812,” three part article to be published in Space Chronicle (British Interplanetary Society), to be published 2014-2015.

“Verien für Raumschiffahrt (German Society for Spaceflight),” 100 + page article to appear in the on-line website Spacewikipedia.

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Books:

Winter, Frank H., Superior – Land, Sea, Air, and Space --- The Superior Tube Company, Inc. (Konecky & Konecki, LLC: Printed by Worzella, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 2013).

Winter, Frank H., ed. History of Rocketry & Astronautics --- Proceedings of the Thirty-Third History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1999, AAS History Series, Volume 28 — IAA History Symposia, Volume 19 (Univelt Inc.. San Diego, 2008).

With Dominick A. Pisano and Robert F van der Linden, Chuck Yeager and the Bell X-1 — Breaking the Sound Barrier (Harry N Abrams, Inc. New York, 2006).

Winter, Frank, and Robert F van der Linden, 100 Years of Flight A Chronicle of Aerospace History 1903-2003, (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc.. Reston,VA., 2003).

Neal, Valerie, Cathleen S. Lewis, and Frank H. Winter, eds., Spaceflight A Smithsonian Guide (Macmillan. New York, 1995).

Rockets into Space, (Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Mass. and London, 1990).

The First Golden Age of Rocketry Congreve and Hale Rockets of the Nineteenth Century, (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C., 1990).

The Filipinos in America, (Minneapolis: Lemer Publications, 1988).

Comet Watch -----The Return of Halley’s Comet, (Lemer Publications: Minneapolis, 1986. (Also published in Chinese by Guangxi Science and Technology Publishing House, 1998).

Prelude to the Space Age. The Rocket Societies 1924-1940, (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, 1983).

Winter, Frank, Comelis de Jong, and Frederick P Schmitt. Thomas Welcome Roys-America’s Pioneer of Modern Whaling, (University of Virginia Press: Charlottesville, 1979).

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Papers:

2014

“Did the Germans Learn from Goddard? An Examination of whether the Rocketry of R.H. Goddard Influenced German Pre-World-War II Missile Development,” Presented at the 65th International Astronautical Federation, Toronto, Canada, 29 September – 3 October 2014.

2013

With Philippe Cosyn, and Kerrie Dougherty, “Reaction-Propelled Manned Aircraft Concepts, ca. 1670-1900---New Observations on Reaction-Propelled Manned Aircraft Concepts, ca. 1670-1900, A Survey: Part 1 (1670-1869),” Presented at the 64rd International Astronautical Federation Congress, Beijing, People's Republic of China, 23-27 September 2013.

2011

with Dr. Michael J. Neufeld and Kerrie Dougherty, “Was the Rocket `Invented' or `Accidentally Discovered'? – Some New Observations on its Origins,” presented at the 62nd International Astronautical Federation Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, 3-7 Oct. 2011, paper IAC-11-E4.3.2.

2010

“Rocket History Through an Artifact: American Rocket Society Test Stand No. 2 (1938-1942),” paper presented at the 61st International Astronautical Federation Congress, Prague, Czech Republic, 27 Sept.-1 Oct. 2010.

2009

Frank H. Winter and Philippe Cosyn, “The XLR-99 Pioneer Rocket Engine --- Powering the X-15 Rocket Plane into Air and Space in the 1950s-1960s,” paper presented at the 60th International Astronautical Federation Congress, Daejon, Republic of Korea, 12-16 October 2009.

2008

“James H. Wyld (1912-1953): American Rocket Pioneer and the Development of the Wyld Regeneratively-Cooled Rocket Motor,” paper presented at the 59th International Astronautical Federation Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, 29 Sept.-3 Oct. 2008.

2004

“The Silent Revolution: How R.H. Goddard Helped Start the Space Age,” paper presented at the 55th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Vancouver, Canada, 4-8 Oct. 2004.

2003

“On the Spaghetti Trail. The Story of a Revolution in Modern Rocket Technology,” paper presented at the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Bremen, Germany, 29 September-3 October 2003.

2002

Frederick C. Durant, III, and Frank H. Winter, “Goddard and Lindbergh: The Role of Charles A. Lindbergh in the Rocketry Career of Robert H. Goddard,” paper presented at the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Houston, Texas, 10-19 October 2002.

2001

Jacques Villain, Frank H. Winter, and Frederick I. Ordway, III, “Victor Coissac: A Forgotten Astronautical Pioneer and Contemporary of Tsiolkovsky, Esnault-Pelterie, and Goddard,” paper presented at the 52nd International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, 1-5 October 2001, Toulouse, France.

2000

“Preliminary Investigations of the Rockets in the Water Splashing Festival in Yunnan, China, and Its Connection with Bang Fai and Ryusei Rocket,” presented at the 22’~ International Symposium on Space Technology and Science (ISTS), Morioka Tohno City, Iwate Prefecture, Japan, 28 May-4 June 2000.

Frank H. Winter and Karlheinz Rohrwild, “Rocketry in Latin America in the 19th Century --- An Historical Survey,” paper presented at the 51st International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, 2-6 October 2000, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

1999

“The East Parking Lot Rocket Experiments of North American Aviation, 1946-1949,” paper presented at the 50th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 4-8 October 1999.

1998

“Ryusei and Bang Fei --- Is There a Connection?” presented at the 21st International Symposium on Space Technology and Science, Sonic City, Omiya, Japan, 24-31 May 1998.

1997

“Rocketdyne --- A Giant in Rocket Technology --- The Formative Years, 1945-1955,” paper presented at the 48th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Turin, Italy, 6-10 October 1997.

1996

“The ‘Trip to the Moon’ and Other Early Spaceflight Simulation Shows, ca. 1901-1915,” [Part 2], paper presented at the 47th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Beijing, China, 6-11 October 1996.

1995

“A Trip to the Moon and Other Early Spaceflight Simulation Shows, ca 1901-1915,” [Part 1], paper presented at the 46th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Olso, Norway, 2-6 October 1995.

1993

“Highlights of 50 Years of Aerojet, A Pioneering American Rocket Company, 1941-1942,” paper presented at the 44th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Graz, Austria, 16-22 October 1993.

1992

Frank H. Winter and Michael J. Neufeld, “Heylandt’s Rocket Cars and the V-2 --- A Little Known Chapter in the History of Rocket Technology,” paper presented at the 43rd International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Washington, D.C., 28 August-5 September 1992.

1990

“'Black Betsy' --- The 6000C-4 Rocket Engine, 1945-1989 — Part 2,” paper presented at the 41st International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Dresden, Germany, 8-12 October 1990.

1989

“'Black Betsy' ---The 6000C-4 Rocket Engine, 1945-1989 — Part 1,” paper presented at the 40th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Malaga, Spain. 7-3 October 1989.

1987

“The Boun Bang Fai Rocket of Thailand and Laos: Possible Key to Determining the Spread of Rocketry in the Orient,” paper presented at the 38th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Brighton, England, 10-17 October 1987.

1986

“Camera Rockets and Space Photography Concepts Before World War II — Part II,” paper presented at the 37th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Innsbruck, Austria, 4-11 October 1986.

1982

Winter, Frank H., and Frederick I. Ordway, III, “Reaction Motors Incorporated: An American Pioneering Rocket Company, The First 15 Years,” paper presented at the 33rd International Astronautical (IAF) Congress, Paris, France, 27 September-2 October 1982.

“Early Educator-Supervised Student Rocketry The GALCIT Rocket Research Project, 1936-1939, A Tribute to Frank J. Malina,” paper presented at the 33rd International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Paris, France, 27 September-2 October 1982.

1981

“Nikolai Alexeyevich Rynin (1877-1942), Soviet Astronautical Pioneer --- An American Appreciation,” paper presented at the 32nd International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Rome, Italy, 6-12 September 1981.

1979

“The Genesis of the Rocket in China and Its Spread to the East and West,” paper presented at the 30th International Astronautical Federation IAF) Congress, Munich, Germany, 16-22 September 1979.

1978

Winter, Frank H., and Skoog Å. Ingemar, “The Swedish Fire Arrow Oldest Extant Rocket,” paper presented at the 29th International Astronautical Federation (IAF), Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, 1-8 October 1978.

[Winter, Frank H., ed.], John Shesta, “Reaction Motors Incorporated --- First Large-Scale American Rocket Company --- A Memoir,” paper presented at the 29th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, 1-8 October 1978.

1977

“The Influence of the von Opel-Valier Experiments Upon German Rocket-Propelled Model Aircraft Development, 1920’s-1930,” paper presented at the 28th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congres, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 25 September-1 October 1977.

1976

“Harry Bull American Rocket Pioneer,” paper presented at the 27th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Anaheim, Calif., 10-17 October 1976.

“American Pyrotechny Before World War I,” invited paper presented at the American Chemical Society, 28th Southeastern Regional Meeting, Gatlinberg, Tennessee, 27-29 Oct. 1976  [Unpublished]

1975

Winter, Frank, George S. James, and Gregory P Kennedy, “A Century of Evolution of Rocket-Propelled Model Aircraft,” paper presented at the 25th International Federation (IAF) Congress, Lisbon, Portugal, 2 1-27 September 1975.   [Unpublished]

1974

“Origins of the Development of the Rocket in India,” paper presented at the 14th International Congress of the History of Science. Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan, 19 and 27 August 1974.

1973

“Camera Rockets and Space Photography Concepts Before World War II   [Part 1],” paper presented at the 24th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Baku, USSR, 7-13 October 1973.

1971

“Vincenz von Augustin and His Raketenbatterien,” paper presented at the 22nd International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Brussels, Belgium, 20-26 September 1971.

“William Hale’s Rockets,” paper presented at the 13th International Congress of the History of Science, 18-24 August 1971, Moscow, USSR. [Published in Russian]

 

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Articles:

2014

“Special Remembrances of Fred Ordway,” in Spaceflight (British Interplanetary Society), Vol. 56, September 2014, p. 351.

“Through the Perilous Fight,” Smithsonian Air & Space, Vol. 29, September 2014, pages, 202.

“Rocket History through an Artifact: American Rocket Society (ARS) Test Stand No. 2 (1938-1942),” in Kerrie Dougherty, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Forty-Fourth History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Prague, Czech Republic, 2010, AAS History Series, Vol. 41 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, 2014), pp. 243-274.

2013

“`Peenemunders' Pass Away,” Spaceflight (British Interplanetary Society), Vol. 55, June 2013, p. 230.

“The Rocket that Broke the Barrier,” in Air & Space Smithsonian Collector's Edition (Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.), Fall 2013, pp. 86-91, re-edited and re-published version of the article, “Bringing Up Betsy,” in Air & Space Smithsonian, Vol. 3, No. 5, December 1988-January 1989), pp. 76-84.

Frank H. Winter and Philippe Cosyn, “The XLR-99 Pioneer Rocket Engine---Powering the X-15 Rocket Plane into Air and Space in the 1960s,” in Christophe Rothmund, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Forty-Third History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Daejon, Republic of Korea, 2009, AAS History Series, Vol. 40 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, 2013), pp. 105-136.

with Michael J. Neufeld and Kerrie Dougherty, “Was the rocket invented or accidentally discovered? Some new observations on its origins,” Acta Astronautica, Vol. 70, Jan.-Feb. 2012, pp. 131-137. (Based on paper presented at 62nd International Astronautical Federation Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, 3-7 Oct. 2011,  See, Papers in this Bibliography.   [This paper also led to the article, “The Strange and Wonderful Origins of Rocketry” by Ross Andersen, based upon the paper, and published in The Atlantic, on-line, in July 2012, and available at: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2012/07/the-strange-and-wonderful-origins-of-rocketry/2600237/ and copyrighted 2012 by The Atlantic Monthly Group.   In addition, another article based on the paper appeared in The Smithsonian Magazine, Vol. 43, Feb. 2013, p. 28, by Jimmy Stamp, titled “The Little Bang.] 

2012 

“Boris Yevseyevich Chertok (1912-2011),” Spaceflight, Vol. 54, No. 3, March 2012, pp. 104-106.

2011

with Michael J. Neufeld and Kerrie Dougherty, “Was the rocket invented or accidentally discovered? Some new observations on its origins,” Acta Astronautica, Vol. 70, Jan.-Feb. 2012, pp. 131-137. (Based on paper presented at the 62nd International Astronautical Federation Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, 3-7 Oct. 2011.

Anderson, Ross, “The Strange and Wonderful Origins of Rocketry” published in The Atlantic, on-line, in July 2012, based upon the IAF History paper by Frank H. Winter, et. al. cited above, presented at the 62nd International Astronautical Congress (IAC 2011), held at Cape Town, South Africa, 3–7 October 2011). Accessed as:
The Strange and Wonderful Origins of Rocketry - The Atlantic
www.theatlantic.com/.../the-strange-and-wonderful-origins-o...

Jimmy Stamp, “The Little Bang,” article in SMITHSONIAN.COM on-line magazine, February 2013, p. 2b, based upon the IAF History paper by Frank H. Winter, et. al., cited above, presented at the 62nd International Astronautical Congress (IAC 2011), held at Cape Town, South Africa, 3–7 October 2011).

“The First Fireworks: Origins of the Rocket,” based upon the IAF History paper by Frank H. Winter, et. al. cited above, presented in the 62nd International Astronautical Congress (IAC 2011), held at Cape Town, South Africa, 3–7 October 2011), available on line and posted on July 3, 2013 by The National Air and Space Museum in based upon the IAF History paper by Frank H. Winter, et. al. cited above, presented in Airspaceblog – Behind the Scenes at the National Air and Space Museum (Accessed as: blog.nasm.si.edu/.../the-first-fireworks-o... )

“Mr. `Z' – Sir Alwyn Crow, A Little Known British Rocket Pioneer: A New Look at Rocketry in Britain During World War II --- Part 1,” Space Chronicle Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol. 64, Suppl. 1, 2011, pp. 45-54.

“Mr. `Z' – Sir Alwyn Crow, A Little Known British Rocket Pioneer: A New Look at Rocketry in Britain During World War II --- Part 2,” Space Chronicle Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol. 64, Suppl. 2, 2011, pp. 72-88.

“The Silent Revolution: How R.H. Goddard Helped Start the Space Age,” in Å. Ingemar Skoog, ed.,  History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Thirty-Eigth History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2004 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, 2011), pp. 3-54.

“On the `Spaghetti' Trail: The Story of a Revolution in Modern Rocket Technology,” in Otfried G. Liepack, ed.,  History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Thirty-Seventh History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Bremen, Germany, 2003, AAS History Series, Vol. 34 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, 2011), pp.  293-340.

2010

with Frederick C. Durant, III, “Goddard and Lindbergh: The Role of Charles A. Lindbergh in the Rocketry Career of Robert H. Goddard,” in Michael L. Ciancone, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Houston, Texas, U.S.A., 2002, AAS History Series, Vol. 33 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, 2010), pp. 31-59.

with Jacques Villain and Frederick I. Ordway, III, “Victor Coissac: A Forgotten Astronautical Pioneer and Contemporary of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, Robert H. Goddard and Robert Esnaut-Pelterie,” in Christophe Rothmund, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the  Thirty-Fifth History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Toulouse, France, AAS History Series, Vol. 32 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, 2010), pp. 15-35.

“American Rocket Society,” in Stephen B. Johnson, General Editor, Space Exploration and Humanity – A Historical Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO; Santa Barbara. Calif., 2010), Vol. 2, pp. 1043-1045.

“Verien für Raumschiffahrt,” in Stephen B. Johnson, General Editor, Space Exploration and Humanity – A Historical Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO; Santa Barbara. Calif., 2010), Vol. 2, pp. 1055-1056.

“Coanda's Claim” in Air & Space Magazine Web page, 6 Dec. 2010, pp. 1-2, at: airspacemag.com/history-of-flight/coandas-claim.html

Book Review, Another Science Fiction – Advertising the Space Race (19567-1962), by Megan Prelinger, Spaceflight, Vol. 52, No. 11, Nov. 2010, p. 436.

“Garrett Serviss, the Would-be-Astronaut Who Helped Start the Space Age,” Griffith Observer (Griffifth Obersavatory, Los Angeles), Vol. 74, No. 7, July 2010, pp. 3-17 (First Prize winner, Boeing Griffith Observer Science Writing Contest).

“The Passing of Pioneers,” Spaceflight, Vol. 52, No. 2, Feb. 2010, pp. 72-73.

Villain, Jacques, Frank H. Winter and Frederick I. Ordway, III, “Victor Coissac: A Forgotten Astronautical Pioneer and Contemporary of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, Robert H. Goddard and Robert Esnault-Pelterie,” in Christophe Rothmund, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Thirty-Fith History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Toulouse, France, 2001, AAS History Series, Vol. 32 (Univelt Inc.: San Diego, 2010), pp. 15-35.

Frederick C. Durant, III and Frank H. Winter, “Goddard and Lindbergh: The Role of Charles A. Lindbergh in the Rocketry Career of Robert H. Goddard,” in Michael L. Ciancone, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Houston, Texas, 2002, AAS History Series, Vol. 33 (Univelt Inc.: San Diego, 2010), pp. 31-59.

“American Rocket Society,” in Stephen B. Johnson, Gen. Ed., Space Exploration and Humanity – A Historical Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO: Santa Barbara, Calif., 2010), Vol. 2, pp. 1043-1045.

“Verien für Ramschiffahrt,” in Stephen B. Johnson, Gen. Ed., Space Exploration and Humanity – A Historical Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO: Santa Barbara, Calif., 2010), Vol. 2, pp. 1055-1056.

2009

“Last of the working Peenemünders,” Spaceflight (British Interplanetary Society), Vol. 51, No. 5, May 2009, pp. 196-197.

“To the Moon by Sciopticon --- The Earliest Space-trip Planetarium Shows,” Griffith Observer (Los Angeles), Vol. 73, No. 3, March 2009, pp. 2-18.

“Gunpowder and Rocketry [in China,” in, L. Cheng, et. al., eds., Berkshire Encyclopedia of China (Berkshire Publishing Group: Great Barrington, Mass., 2009), pp. 964-966.

Frank H. Winter and Karlheinz Rohrwild, “Rocketry in Latin America in the 19th Century: A Historical Survey,” in Otfried G. Liepack, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics, Proceedings of the Thirty-Fourth History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2000, AAS History Series, Vol. 30 (Published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, Calif., 2009), pp. 1953.

“Last of the working Peenemünders,” Spaceflight (British Interplanetary Society), Vol. 51, No. 5, May 2009, pp. 196-197.

“To the Moon by Sciopticon --- The Earliest Space-trip Planetarium Shows,” Griffith Observer (Los Angeles), Vol. 73, No. 3, March 2009, pp. 2-18.

“Gunpowder and Rocketry [in China,” in, L. Cheng, et. al., eds., Berkshire Encyclopedia of China (Berkshire Publishing Group: Great Barrington, Mass., 2009), pp. 964-966.

2008

 “The Misunderstood Professor,” Smithsonian Air & Space Magazine, Vol. 23, No. 1, May 2008, pp.56-59.

2007

With Akiro Kubozono, “Festival Rockets in Thailand, Laos, Japan, and China: A Case Study of Early Technology Transfer---Part 1,” in Kerrie Dougherty and Donald C. Elder, eds., History of Rocketry and Astronautics — Proceedings of the Thirty-First History Symposium of the International Congress of Astronautics – Melbourne, Australia, 1998, AAS History Series, Vol. 27, IAA History Symposia, Vol. 18 (Published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt Inc., San Diego, 2007), pp. 213-269.

“The East Parking Lot Rocket Experiments of North American Aviation, Inc., 1946-1949, in Frank H. Winter, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Thirty-Third History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1999, AAS History Series, Vol. 28 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, California, 2007), pp. 191-218.

James, George H. , Frank H. Winter, Charles J. Piper III, and John Bluth, “Evolution of Asphalt Rocket Propellants from World War II – JPL/Aerojet Research to Postwar Spin-Offs by the Rocket Research Institute,” in Frank H. Winter, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Thirty-Third History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1999, AAS History Series, Vol. 28 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, California, 2007), pp. 109-176.

“William J. Cecka, Jr — An Appreciation,” Spaceflight (British Interplanetary Society), Vol. 49, No. 7, July 2007, pp. 274-275.

“The Birth and Early Rise of ‘Astronautics’ ---The REP-Hirsch Astronautical Prize 1928-1940,” Quest, Vol. 14, No. 1 (2007), pp. 35-43.

“Robert H. Goddard’s Liquid Oxygen Flask and Carrier — 1920s,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik — 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc.. New York, 2007), pp. 14-15.

“Liquid Oxygen Can and Protective Helmet, American Rocket Society — 1930s,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik — 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc. New York, 2007), pp. 18-19.

“Goddard 1935 Series A Rocket — 1935,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik — 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc. New York, 2007), p. 21.

“Goodyear Three-Stage METEOR Jr. Spacecraft Model — Mid 1950s,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik — 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc. New York, 2007), pp. 28-29.

“Navaho Missile Rocket Engine — Late 1950s,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik — 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc. New York, 2007), pp. 30-31.

“Bell Rocket Belt No. 2— Late 1950s,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik— 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc. New York, 2007), pp. 32-33.

“Redstone Missile — Late 1950s-early 1960s,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik — 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc.. New York, 2007), pp. 54-55.

“Missile Mobile — 1958,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik — 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc. New York, 2007), p. 56.

“The Agena-B — 1966,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik — 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc. New York, 2007), pp. 62-63.

“F-1 Rocket Engine — 1966,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik — 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc. New York, 2007), pp. 114-115.

“The Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) — 1980s-1990s,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik — 50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc.. New York, 2007), pp. 192-193.

“Pegasus XL Launch Vehicle — 2004,” in Dr. Martin Collins, ed., After Sputnik —50 Years of the Space Age (Smithsonian Books in association with Harper Collins Publishers, Inc. New York, 2007), pp. 18-19.

2005

“Rocket Propulsion, Liquid Propellant,” in Colin A. Hempstead, ed., Encyclopedia of 20th Century Technology (Routledge: New York and London, 2005), pp. 683-685.

“Rocketdyne---A Giant Pioneer in Rocket tecbnology The Earliest Years, 1945-1955,” in Donald C. Elder and George S. James, eds., History of Rocketry and Astronautics — Proceedings of the Thirty-First History Symposium of the International Congress of Astronautics – Turin, Italy, 1997, AAS History Series, Vol. 26. (Published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt Inc., San Diego, 2005), pp. 65-93.

2004

“R.H. Goddard: Space Photography Visionary,” second prize in Hughes Writing Contest, published in The Griffith Observer (Los Angeles), Vol. 69, No. 6, June 2004, pp. 2-11, 14-17.

“Artifacts” [Picture article on lunchbox with space theme, in the NASM’s collections], Air & Space, Vol. 19, April/May 2004, p. 17.

2003

“The ‘Trip to the Moon’ and Other Early Spaceflight Simulation Shows ca. 1901-1915, Part 2,” in Hervé Moulin and Donald C. Elder, eds., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Thirtieth Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Beijing, China, 1996, AAS History Series, Vol. 25 (published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt, Inc. San Diego, 2003), pp. 3-28.

2002

“Gunpowder and Rocketry,” in David Levinson, General Ed., Encyclopedia of Modern Asia (Scribners: New York, 2002).

“Romick’s Radical Rockets,” Timeline (Ohio Historical Society, Columbus Ohio) Vol. 19, No. 2 (March/April 2002), pp. 40-53.

2001

“The ‘Trip to the Moon’ and Other Early Spaceflight Simulation Shows, ca. 1901-1915 Part I,” in Donald C. Elder and Christophe Rothmund, eds., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth and Twenty-Ninth History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Jerusalem, Israel, 1994 [and] Oslo, Norway, 1995, AAS History Series, Vol. 23, IAA History Symposia, Vol. 15 (Published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt, Inc. San Diego, California, 2001), pp. 133-161.

2000

“Goddard’s Meteor Mania,” The Griffith Observer (Los Angeles) October 2000, pp. 2-17.

“The Enigmatic Mr. Hale and His Rockets,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol. 53, No. 5/6 (May-June 2000), pp. 153-162.

“Preliminary Investigations of the Rockets in the Water Splashing Festival in Yunnan, China, and Its Connection with Bang Fai and Ryusei Rocket,” Proceedings of the 2nd International Ryusei Rocket Symposium — June 3, 2000 [part of the 22nd International Symposium on Space Technology and Science (ISTS), Marioka and Tohno City, Iwate Prefecture, Japan, 28 May-4 June 2000] (22nd ISTS Organizing Committee and the 22nd ISTS Executive Committee of Iwate Prefecture, [Tohno, Iwate, Prefecture, Japan 2000], pp. 3-30.

1999

“The Influence of the von Opel-Valier Experiments Upon German Rocket Model Aircraft Development, 1920’s-1930,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol. 52, No. 7/8 (July-August 1999), pp. 267-70.

“Memorial to Thomas F. Dixon, A Major Rocket Pioneer,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol. 52, No. 7/8 (July-August 1999), pp. 271-72.

1998

“Ryusei and Bang Fei---Is There A Connection?” in Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on Space Technology and Science, 24-31 (Sonic City, Omiya, Japan, May 1998).

Winter, Frank, and Michael J. Neufeld, “Heylandt’s Rocket Cars and the V-2 : A Little Known Chapter in the History of Rocket Technology,” in Phillipe Jung, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Washington, D.C., U.S.A., 1992, AAS Series, Vol. 21, (Published for American Astronautical Society by Univelt Corp. San Diego, California, 1998), pp. 41-72.

1997

“William Hale and His Rockets,” Journal of the Ordnance Society (London), Vol. 9. August 1997, pp. 18-25.

“Saturn V Reborn -----A Giant Restoration,” Spaceflight (London) Vol. 39, No. 4 (April 1997), pp. 13-132.

“Goddard. A New Perspective of the Man His Achievements,” Space Times (Springfield, VA.), Vol. 36, No. 2 (March-April 1997), pp. 4-9.

“Saturn V Reborn ---A Giant Restoration,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society (London), Vol. 50 (1997), pp. 169-172.

“'Black Betsy’ --- The 6000C-4 Rocket Engine, 1945-1989 --- Part 2,” in J.D. Hunley, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Dresden, Germany, 1990, AAS History Series, Vol. 19, IAA History Symposia, Vol.11, (Published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt Corp: San Diego, California., 1997), pp. 237-58.

Winter, Frank, and Scott Wirz, “Saturn Rising,” Air and Space Smithsonian, Vol. 11, No. 5 (December 1996-January 1997), pp. 28-35.

1996

“Was Hermann Oberth the True Father of Spaceflight?” AdAstra, Vol. 8, No. 6 (November-December 1996), pp. 677-98, with follow-on letter, AdAstra, Vol. 9, No. 2, March/April 1997, pp. 3-4.

1995

“'Black Betsy’ --- The 6000C-4 Rocket Engine, 1945-1989, Part 1,” in John Becklake, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Twenty-Second and Twenty-Third History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Bangalor, India, 1988 [and] Málga, Spain, 1989, AAS History Series, Vol. 17, IAA History Symposia, Vol. 10 (Published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt Inc.. San Diego, California, 1995), pp. 221-252.

Winter, Frank, and George H. James, “Highlights of 50 Years of Aerojet, A Pioneering American Rocket Company 1942-1992,” Acta Astronautica, Vol. 35, No. No. 9-11 (1995), pp. 677-698.

“Friedrich Schmiedl (1902-1994) --- The Passing of Another Pioneer,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society ---Pioneering Rocket & Spaceflight (Part V) (London) Vol. 48, No. 5 (May 1995), p. 235.

1994

with Frederick I. Ordway, III, “Reaction Motors, Inc.: A  Corporate History, 1941-1958, Part 1, Institutional Developments,” in Roger D. Launius, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Rome, Italy, 1981 [and] Paris, France, 1982, AAS History Series, Vol. 11 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, California, 1994), pp. 75-100.

with Frederick I. Ordway, III, ““Reaction Motors, Inc.: A  Corporate History, 1941-1958, Part II, Research and Development Efforts,”   in Roger D. Launius, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Rome, Italy, 1981 [and] Paris, France, 1982, AAS History Series, Vol. 11 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, California, 1994), pp. 101-127.

“Nikolai Alexeyevich Rynin (1877-1942), Soviet Astronautical Pioneer: An American Appreciation,” in Roger D. Launius, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Rome, Italy [and] Paris, France, 1982, AAS History Series, Vol. 11, IAA History Symposia, Vol. 6 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, California, 1994), pp. 175-193.

“'Black Betsy’ --- The 6000C-4 Rocket Engine, 1945-1989 Part II,” Acta Astronautica, Vol. 32 (1994), pp. 305-18.

“'Black Betsy’ The 6000C-4 Rocket Engine, 1945-1989 Part I,” Acta Astronautica, Vol. 32 (1994), pp. 283-303.

“The Copenhagen Rocket Bombardment of 1807 --- Some New Views of Early Rocket History,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society (London), Vol. 47 (1994), pp. 171-179.

1993

“The Boun Bang Fai Rocket of Thailand and Laos: Possible Key to Determining the Spread of Rocketry in the Orient,” in Lloyd H. Cornett, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Twentieth and Twenty-First History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Innsbruck, Austria, 1986 [and] Brighton, United Kingdom, 1987, AAS History Series, Vol.15, IAA, Vol. 9, (published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt Inc.: San Diego, California, 1993), pp. 3-24.

“Camera Rockets and Space Photography Concepts Before World War Il-Part II,” Chapter 13, in Lloyd H. Cornell, Jr., ed., History of Rocketry and astronautics – Proceedings of the Twentieth and Twenty-First History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Innsbruck, Austria, 1986 [and] Brighton, United Kingdom, 1987, IAA History Series, Vol. 15, AAS History Symposia, Vol. 9, (Univelt Inc. for American Astronautical Society: San Diego,1993), pp. 165-180.

“First Armada to Halley,” Griffith Observer (Griffith Planetarium, Los Angeles) Vol. 57, No. 7 (February 1993), pp. 2-10.

1992

“Creating an Illustrious Forebear --- The IAS,” Aerospace America (New York) Vol. 30, No. 12 (December 1992), p. B 16.

“Foundations of Modern Rocketry --- 1920s and 1930s,” in Frederick I. Ordway, III and Randy Liebermann, Blueprint for Space---Science Fiction to Science Fact (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992), pp. 95-103.

“Planning for Spaceflight: 1880s to 1930s,” in Frederick I. Ordway, III and Randy Liebermann, eds., Blueprint for Space --- Science Fiction to Science Fact (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C., 1992), pp. 104-112.

“Who First Flew in a Rocket?” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society — Pioneering Rocketry and Spaceflight (Part 1) (London), Vol. 48, No. 7 (July 1992), pp. 275-280.

1991

“Reaction Motors Division of Thiokol Chemical Corporation: A Project History 1958-1972 (Part III),” Chapter 12, in John Sloop, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Sixteenth History Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics – Budapest, Hungary, 1983, IAA History Series, Vol. 12, IAAA History Symposia Vol. 7 (Published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, California, 1991), pp. 175-201.

1990

“The Genesis of the Rocket in China and Its Spread to the East and West,” Chapter 1, in Dr. Å. Ingemaar Skoog, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Dubrovnik, Yugolsalvia, 1978 [and] München, Federal Republic of Germany, 1978 [and] Tokyo, Japan, 1989, IAA History Series, Vol. 10, IAA History Symposia Vol. 5, (Published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, California, 1990), pp. 3-23.

Winter, Frank, and Å. Ingemar Skoog, “The Swedish Fire Arrow, the Oldest Rocket Specimen Extant,” Chapter 3, in Å. Ingemar Skoog, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics,  – Proceedings of the Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Dubrovnik, Yugolsalvia, 1978 [and] München, Federal Republic of Germany, 1978 [and] Tokyo, Japan, 1989, IAA History Series, Vol. 10, IAA History Symposia Vol. 5, (Published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, 1990), pp. 40-57.

“Profile: Frank Winter,” Spaceflight (London), Vol. 32. June 1990, p. 214.

1989

“Harry Bull --- American Rocket Pioneer,” Chapter 22, in Frederick I. Ordway III, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Lisbon, Portrugal, 1975 [and] Anaheim, California, U.S.A.,  1976 [and] Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1977, AAS History: Series, Vol. 9, IAAA History Symposia, Vol. 4, (Published for the American Astronautical Society by Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, California, 1989), pp. 291-313.

“Camera Rockets and Space Photography Concepts Before World War II,” Chapter 7, in Kristan R. Lattu, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Seventh and Eighth History Symposia of The International Academy of Astronautics – Baku, U.S.S.R., 1973 [and] Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1974, AAS History Series, Vol. 8, IAA History Symposia,Vol. 3, (Univelt Corp. for American Astronautical Society San Diego, California, 1989), pp. 73-102.

1988

“Rockets, Launch Vehicles, and Missiles,” in Dominick A. Pisano and Cathleen S. Lewis, eds., Air and Space History --- An Annotated Bibliography (Garland Publishing, Inc. New York and London, 1988), pp. 381-412.

“Speculation on Spaceflight,” in Dominick A. Pisano and Cathleen S. Lewis, eds.,Air and Space History --- An Annotated Bibliography (Garland Publishing, Inc.: New York and London, 1988), pp. 369-379.

“Bringing Up Betsy,” Air and Space Smithsonian (Washington, D.C.) Vol. 3, No. 5 (December 1988-January 1989), pp. 76-84.

“Rockets, Launch Vehicles, and Missiles,” in Dominick A. Pisano and Cathleen S. Lewis, eds., Air and Space History --- An Annotated Bibliography (Garland Publishers, Inc.: New York and London,1988), pp. 381-412.

“Speculation on Spaceflight,” in Dominick A. Pisano and Cathleen S. Lewis, eds., Air and Space History --- An Annotated Bibliography (Garland Publishers, Inc.: New York and London, 1988), pp. 369-379.

1987

“Pioneering Commercial Rocketry in the United States of America: Thiokol’s Reaction Motors Division 1958-1972 --- Part 4: RMD Project History,” Journal of The British Interplanetary Society (London) 40 (September 1987), pp. 405-416.

1986

“Baron Vincenz von Augustin and His Raketenbatterien: A History of Austrian Rocketry in the 19th Century,” in R. Cargill Hall, ed., History of Rocketry and Astronautics – Proceedings of the Third through the Sixth History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics, AAS History Series, Vol.7, Part 1, IAA History Symposia, Vol. 2 (Univelt, Inc.: San Diego, Calif., 1986), pp. 23-41.

“Goddard 1935 Rocket,” in Rockets, Missiles, and Spacecraft of the National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C., 1986), pp. 14-15.

“The Congreve-Hale Era of Rocketry,” National Air and Space Museum Research Report 1986 (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C., 1986), pp. 217-18.

“Lighting the Fuse --- The Cleveland Rocket Society,” Timeline (Columbus, Ohio, Ohio Historical Society) Vol. 3, No. 5 (October-November 1986), pp. 14-25.

“The Golightly Mystery,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society --- Pioneering Space (London), Vol. 39, No. 4 (April 1986), pp. 170-176.

1985

Winter, Frank H., and Frederick I. Ordway, III, “Pioneering Commercial Rocketry in the United States of America, Reaction Motors Inc., 1941-1958 --- Part 2, Projects,” in Journal of the British Interplanetary Society --- Astronautics History (London), Vol. 38, No. 4 (April 1985), pp. 155-168.

“Congreve’s Red Glare --- Nazi Germany Rediscovers the Chinese Fire Arrow,” Military History (Herndon, VA.) Vol. 1, No. 4 (February 1985), pp. 12-17.

1984

“The Strange Case of Madame Guzman and the Mars Mystique,” Griffith Observer (Los Angeles) Vol. 48, No. 2 (February 1984), pp. 2-15.

1983

“Congreve Rocket,” in Rockets, Missiles, and Spacecraft of the National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C.,1983), pp. 8-9.

“Goddard 1926 Rocket,” in Rockets, Missiles and Spacecraft of the National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C., 1983), pp. 14-15.

“Goddard 1941 Rocket,” in Rockets, Missiles, and Spacecraft of the National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C., 1983), pp. 18-19.

“Hale Rockets,” in Rockets, Missiles, and Spacecraft of the National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C., 1983), pp. 10-11.

“JATO Motors,” in Rockets, Missiles and Spacecraft of the National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C., 1983), pp. 36-37.

“Tsiolkovsky Spaceship Model,” in Rockets, Missiles and Spacecraft of the National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C., 1983).

Winter, Frank H. and George S. James, “Early Educator-Supervised Student Rocketry --- The GALCIT Rocket Research Project 1936-1939,” AIAA Student Journal (American Institute of Astronautics and Aeronautics, New York) Vol. 20, No. 4 (Winter 1983), pp. 21-28.

Winter, Frank, and Fredrick I. Ordway, III, “Pioneering Commercial Rocketry in the United States of American, Reaction Motors, Inc. 1941-1958, Part 1 --- Corporate History,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society --- Astronautics History, (London) Vol. 36, No. 12. (December 1983), pp. 542-52.

“The Formative Years of the BIS--From Liverpool to London,” Spaceflight (London) Vol. 25, No. 1 (November 1983), pp. 384-401.

“Space Station: Circa 1920s,” Space World, T-6-7 (June-July 1983), pp. 7-8, 234-35.

“Celebrating Goddard’s Centenary,” Spaceflight (London), Vol. 25, No. 4 (April 1983), pp. 154-56.

1982

“Space Stations: Circa 1920’s,” Vectors (Culver City, Calif.), Vol. XXIV, No. 3 (1982).

“A New Look at Early Chinese Rocketry 1200’s-1900's,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society --- Astronautics History (London), Vol. 35, No. 12 (December 1982), pp. 522-29.

“Nikolai Alexyevich Rynin (1877-1942) --- Soviet Astronomical Pioneer, An American Appreciation of Space Technology,” Earth-Oriented Applications of Space Technology (Headington Hill Hall, Oxford England) Vol. 2, No. 1 (1982), pp. 69-80.

“The Triumph of Apollo 13,” Air and Space Magazine (Washington, D.C.) Vol. 5 (Winter 1982), pp. 13, 17.

“Robert Hutchings Goddard,” Astronautics & Aeronautics (New York) Vol. 20 (October 1982), pp. 77-78.

“Step Rockets: Fireworks to Spaceships,” Air and Space Magazine (Washington, D.C.) Vol. 5, No. 4 (Summer 1982), pp. 3-5.

“Observatories in Space, 1920’s Style,” The Griffith Observer (Los Angeles), Vol. 46, No. 6 (June 1982), pp. 2-8.

1981

 “Ari Shternfeld --- Space Populariser,” Space Education --- British Interplanetary Society (London), Vol. 1, No. 2 (December 1981), pp. 88-89.

“ARS Members ---Where Are They Now?” Astronautics & Aeronautics (New York) Vol. 19 (May 1981), pp. 88-91.

“Alfred Africano (1908-1980),” Space Chronicle --- Journal of the British Interplanetary Society (London) Vol. 34, No. 1 (January 1981), pp. 23-26.

“'Frau Im Mond' --- Fritz Lang’s Surprising Silent Space Travel Classic,” Starlog (New York), Vol. 34, No. 42 (January 1981), pp. 39-41 and 62.

1980

“Ducted Fan or Jet Plane? The Coanda Claim Re-Examined,” The Aeronautical Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society (London), Paper No. 812, December 1980, pp. 408-416.

“Fact--or Fiction? Frau Im Mond vs. Apollo,” Air and Space Magazine (Washington, D.C.), Vol. 4, No. 1 (Fall 1980), pp. 10-12.

“The American Rocket Society Story,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society --- Space Chronicle (London), Vol. 33, No. 8 (August 1980), pp. 303-311.

“Ye Olde Space Music,” Starlog (New York), Vol. 36 (July 1980), pp. 84-87.

“Cleveland Rocket Society Cachet Mystery Solved,” The Airpost Journal (Albion, Pa.) Vol. 45, No. 8, Issue No. 600 (May 1980), pp. 262-75.

“Ernst Loebell,” Astronautics & Aeronautics (New York), Vol. 18, No. 1 (May 1980), p. 68.

“Ernst Loebell (1902-1979),” Spaceflight (London) Vol. 22, No. 5 (May 1980), p. 215.

1979

 “The Earliest Space Photography Concepts,” VIII Semana Astronautica organizada por la Agrupacion Astronáutica Española --Comunicaciones [Conference held in Barcelona, 5-9, Feb., 1979], (Agrupacion Astronáutica Española: Barcelona, 1979), pp. 251-268.

“The Rocket in India from ‘Ancient Times’ to the 19th Century,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society--History (London) Vol. 32, No. 12 (December 1979), pp. 467-471.

“Happy 50th Birthday Buck,” Starlog (New York), Vol. 20 (March 1979), pp. 20-23, and 64.

1978

“Raketterne Ved Kobenhavns Belej ring 1807 --- En Milepael i Rakettens Historie,” Marineshistorisk Tidsskrift (Copenhagen) 2 Årgang, No. 4 (December 1978).

1977

“Sir William Congreve (1772-1828),” in, Dr. Ernst A. Steinhoff, ed., The Eagle Has Returned --- Volume 44, Science and Technology --- A Supplement to Advances in the Astronautical Sciences, (American Astronautical Society: Alamogordo, New Mexico, 1977), pp. 224-237.

“Vincenz von Augustin and his Raketenbatterien,” in Cargill Hall, ed., Essays on the History of Rocketry and Astronautics Proceedings of the Third Through the Sixth History Symposia of the International Academy of Astronautics – Symposia sponsored by and held at Mar del Plata, Argentina, October 10, 1969 – Constance, German Federal Republic, October 11-12, 1970 – [and] Brussels, Belgium, Sdeptember 23, 1971 – [and] Vienna, Austria, October 13, 1972, Vol. 1, (National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Office: Washington, D.C., 1977), NASA Conference Publication 2014, pp. 23-41.

“Birth of the VfR --- The Start of Modern Astronautics,” Spaceflight (London) Vol. 19, No. 7-8 (July-August 1977), pp. 243-256.

“'Buffalo’ Balloon Carries Airmail Postage,” Linn’s Stamp News (Sydney, Ohio) Vol. 50, No. 25 (13 June 1977), pp. 50-51.

1976

“William Moore: A Pioneer in the Theory of Rocket Dynamics,” Spaceflight (London) Vol. 18, No. 5 (May 1976), pp. 179-82.

“On the Origins of Rockets,” Chemistry (Washington, D.C.), Vol. 49, No. 2 (March 1976), pp. 8-12.

1975

“Origins of the Development of the Rocket in India,” 14th International Congress of the History of Science, Proceedings No. 3, (Tokyo, Japan: Science Council, 1975), pp. 360-363.

Winter, Frank, and Frederick P Schmitt, “America’s First Scientific Whaler--Captain Thomas Welcome Roys.” Oceans (San Francisco), Vol. 8, No. 3 (May-June 1975), pp. 34-39.

1974

“Jacques-Phillipe Merigon Montgéry,” in, Dictionary of Scientific Biography (Charles Scribner’s Sons: New York, 1974), pp. 491-492.

“William Moore,” in,Dictionary of Scientific Biography (Charles Scribner’s Sons: New York), Vol. IX (1974), pp. 504-05.

Winter, Frank H. and Mitchell R. Sharpe, “Edward Mournier Boxer and his Rockets in Peace and War,” Spaceflight (London), Vol. XVI, No. 11 (November 1974), pp. 427-429.

“First Whaler through the Bering Strait,” The Compass, (Mobil Corp.) Vol. XLIV, No. 3 (Summer 1974), pp. 427-429.

“TransPlanted Torpedoman,” United States Naval Institute Proceedings, (Annapolis, Md.), July 1974, pp. 80-82.

1973

“William Hale --- A Forgotten British Rocket Pioneer,” Spaceflight (London) Vol. 15, No. 1 (January 1973), pp. 31-33.

Winter, Frank H., and Mitchell R. Sharpe, “Major Lion’s Rocketeers: The New York Rocket Battalion.” Civil War Times Illustrated (Gettysburg, Pa.) Vol. XI, No. 9 (January 1973), pp. 10-15.

1972

“William Hale,” in, Dictionary of Scientific Biography (Charles Scribner’s Sons: New York, 1972), Vol. VI, pp. 34-35.

“Sir Williams Congreve: A Bi-Centennial Memorial,” Spaceflight (London), Vol. 14, No. 9 (September 1972), pp. 333-334.

1971

“William Hale’s Rockets [in Russian],” in, Iz Istoria Aviatsiyai Kosmonavtika, Proceedings of the 13th International Congress of the History of Science, (Aug 1971), (USSR Academy of Sciences: Moscow, 1971 and 1972), pp. 18-24.

“Sir William Congreve,” in, Dictionary of Scientific Biography (Charles Scribner Sons, New York, 1971), Vol. III. pp. 388-389.

Winter, Frank H., and Mitchell R. Sharpe. “The California Whaling Rocket and the Men Behind It,” California Historical Quarterly (San Francisco) Vol. L, No. 4 (December 1971), pp. 349-361.

1969

“Man, Rockets and Space Travel,” Mankind (Los Angeles) 2 (December 1969), pp. 9-23.

1968

“Maquinas Detonantes Polvora Voladora y Cohetes de Guerra,” Revista de Aeronautica y Astronáutica (Barcelona), Vol. 334 (September 1968), pp. 670-673.

“When Rockets Roared Above Spain,” Guidepost (Madrid), Vol. 2, No. 56 (March 1968), pp. 18-19.

1966

“A Case Study in Challenge and Response --- Danish Rocketry in the 19th Century,” Aerospace Historian (Washington, D.C.), Vol. XIII, No. 2 (Summer 1966), pp. 81-84.

1965

“A History of Italian Rocketry During the 19th Century,” Armi Antiche --- Bolletino di San Marciano (Turin, Italy, 1965), pp. 181-219.

“Landmarks on the Road to Space Travel --- A Brief History of Rocketry in Denmark in the 19th Century,” Militaert Tidsskrift (Copenhagen), 94 Årgang, February 1965, pp. 56-66.

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Papers:

2011

with Dr. Michael J. Neufeld and Kerrie Dougherty, “Was the Rocket `Invented' or `Accidentally Discovered'? – Some New Observations on its Origins,” presented at the 62nd International Astronautical Federation Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, 3-7 Oct. 2011, paper IAC-11-E4.3.2.

2010

“Rocket History Through an Artifact: American Rocket Society Test Stand No. 2 (1938-1942),” paper presented at the 61st International Astronautical Federation Congress, Prague, Czech Republic, 27 Sept.-1 Oct. 2010.

2009

Frank H. Winter and Philippe Cosyn, “The XLR-99 Pioneer Rocket Engine --- Powering the X-15 Rocket Plane into Air and Space in the 1950s-1960s,” paper presented at the 60th International Astronautical Federation Congress, Daejon, Republic of Korea, 12-16 October 2009.

2008

“James H. Wyld (1912-1953): American Rocket Pioneer and the Development of the Wyld Regeneratively-Cooled Rocket Motor,” paper presented at the 59th International Astronautical Federation Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, 29 Sept.-3 Oct. 2008.

2004

“The Silent Revolution: How R.H. Goddard Helped Start the Space Age,” paper presented at the 55th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Vancouver, Canada, 4-8 Oct. 2004.

2003

“On the Spaghetti Trail. The Story of a Revolution in Modern Rocket Technology,” paper presented at the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Bremen, Germany, 29 September-3 October 2003.

2002

Frederick C. Durant, III, and Frank H. Winter, “Goddard and Lindbergh: The Role of Charles A. Lindbergh in the Rocketry Career of Robert H. Goddard,” paper presented at the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Houston, Texas, 10-19 October 2002.

2001

Jacques Villain, Frank H. Winter, and Frederick I. Ordway, III, “Victor Coissac: A Forgotten Astronautical Pioneer and Contemporary of Tsiolkovsky, Esnault-Pelterie, and Goddard,” paper presented at the 52nd International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, 1-5 October 2001, Toulouse, France.

2000

“Preliminary Investigations of the Rockets in the Water Splashing Festival in Yunnan, China, and Its Connection with Bang Fai and Ryusei Rocket,” presented at the 22’~ International Symposium on Space Technology and Science (ISTS), Morioka Tohno City, Iwate Prefecture, Japan, 28 May-4 June 2000.

Frank H. Winter and Karlheinz Rohrwild, “Rocketry in Latin America in the 19th Century --- An Historical Survey,” paper presented at the 51st International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, 2-6 October 2000, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

1999

“The East Parking Lot Rocket Experiments of North American Aviation, 1946-1949,” paper presented at the 50th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 4-8 October 1999.

1998

“Ryusei and Bang Fei --- Is There a Connection?” presented at the 21st International Symposium on Space Technology and Science, Sonic City, Omiya, Japan, 24-31 May 1998.

1997

“Rocketdyne --- A Giant in Rocket Technology --- The Formative Years, 1945-1955,” paper presented at the 48th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Turin, Italy, 6-10 October 1997.

1996

“The ‘Trip to the Moon’ and Other Early Spaceflight Simulation Shows, ca. 1901-1915,” [Part 2], paper presented at the 47th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Beijing, China, 6-11 October 1996.

1995

“A Trip to the Moon and Other Early Spaceflight Simulation Shows, ca 1901-1915,” [Part 1], paper presented at the 46th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Olso, Norway, 2-6 October 1995.

1993

“Highlights of 50 Years of Aerojet, A Pioneering American Rocket Company, 1941-1942,” paper presented at the 44th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Graz, Austria, 16-22 October 1993.

1992

Frank H. Winter and Michael J. Neufeld, “Heylandt’s Rocket Cars and the V-2 --- A Little Known Chapter in the History of Rocket Technology,” paper presented at the 43rd International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Washington, D.C., 28 August-5 September 1992.

1990

“'Black Betsy' --- The 6000C-4 Rocket Engine, 1945-1989 — Part 2,” paper presented at the 41st International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Dresden, Germany, 8-12 October 1990.

1989

“'Black Betsy' ---The 6000C-4 Rocket Engine, 1945-1989 — Part 1,” paper presented at the 40th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Malaga, Spain. 7-3 October 1989.

1987

“The Boun Bang Fai Rocket of Thailand and Laos: Possible Key to Determining the Spread of Rocketry in the Orient,” paper presented at the 38th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Brighton, England, 10-17 October 1987.

1986

“Camera Rockets and Space Photography Concepts Before World War II — Part II,” paper presented at the 37th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Innsbruck, Austria, 4-11 October 1986.

1982

Winter, Frank H., and Frederick I. Ordway, III, “Reaction Motors Incorporated: An American Pioneering Rocket Company, The First 15 Years,” paper presented at the 33rd International Astronautical (IAF) Congress, Paris, France, 27 September-2 October 1982.

“Early Educator-Supervised Student Rocketry The GALCIT Rocket Research Project, 1936-1939, A Tribute to Frank J. Malina,” paper presented at the 33rd International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Paris, France, 27 September-2 October 1982.

1981

“Nikolai Alexeyevich Rynin (1877-1942), Soviet Astronautical Pioneer --- An American Appreciation,” paper presented at the 32nd International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Rome, Italy, 6-12 September 1981.

1979

“The Genesis of the Rocket in China and Its Spread to the East and West,” paper presented at the 30th International Astronautical Federation IAF) Congress, Munich, Germany, 16-22 September 1979.

1978

Winter, Frank H., and Skoog Å. Ingemar, “The Swedish Fire Arrow Oldest Extant Rocket,” paper presented at the 29th International Astronautical Federation (IAF), Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, 1-8 October 1978.

[Winter, Frank H., ed.], John Shesta, “Reaction Motors Incorporated --- First Large-Scale American Rocket Company --- A Memoir,” paper presented at the 29th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, 1-8 October 1978.

1977

“The Influence of the von Opel-Valier Experiments Upon German Rocket-Propelled Model Aircraft Development, 1920’s-1930,” paper presented at the 28th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congres, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 25 September-1 October 1977.

1976

“Harry Bull American Rocket Pioneer,” paper presented at the 27th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Anaheim, Calif., 10-17 October 1976.

“American Pyrotechny Before World War I,” invited paper presented at the American Chemical Society, 28th Southeastern Regional Meeting, Gatlinberg, Tennessee, 27-29 Oct. 1976  [Unpublished]

1975

Winter, Frank, George S. James, and Gregory P Kennedy, “A Century of Evolution of Rocket-Propelled Model Aircraft,” paper presented at the 25th International Federation (IAF) Congress, Lisbon, Portugal, 2 1-27 September 1975.   [Unpublished]

1974

“Origins of the Development of the Rocket in India,” paper presented at the 14th International Congress of the History of Science. Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan, 19 and 27 August 1974.

1973

“Camera Rockets and Space Photography Concepts Before World War II   [Part 1],” paper presented at the 24th International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Baku, USSR, 7-13 October 1973.

1971

“Vincenz von Augustin and His Raketenbatterien,” paper presented at the 22nd International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress, Brussels, Belgium, 20-26 September 1971.

“William Hale’s Rockets,” paper presented at the 13th International Congress of the History of Science, 18-24 August 1971, Moscow, USSR. [Published in Russian]

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Misc. Conferences/Talks:

2007

“The Silent Revolution: How R.H. Goddard Helped Start the Space Age,” invited talk, U.S. Space and Rocket Center, July 2007.

2002

“Robert Goddard --- An Illustrated Talk on His Accomplishments,” invited talk, Roswell Museum and Art Center, Roswell, New Mexico, April 2002.

1996

“Goddard ---The Man and His Achievements,” talk, The American Astronautical Society, First Goddard Memorial Symposium, American Astronautical Society, Arlington,Va., 7 March 1996; received first AAS Goddard Medal for presentation.

1989

Invited to participate in the Conference of Space and Society, Contemporary History, Moscow and Leningrad, 6-12 December 1989, but presented no paper.

1981

“Astronautics in the 1930s,” talk, 12 May 1981 during the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, aboard the Queen Mary, at Long Beach, California, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the American Rocket Society.

1976

“Sir William Congreve (1772-1828),” presented, The Opening of the International Space Hall of Fame, Alamogordo, New Mexico, 5 October 1976.

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Editorships:

With Frederick I. Ordway, III, U.S. co-editor, Pioneering Rocketry and Spaceflight, and also Pioneering Rocketry issues of The Journal of the British Interplanetary Society (London), July 1992 to September 1998.

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Columns:

Monthly column, “Out of the Past,” first appearing in September 1972 in Astronautics & Aeronautics (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics); co-edited with Richard P Hallion from September 1973 to July 1981, co-edited with with Frank R. van der Linden from July 1981 to present, with magazine name change to Aerospace America in January 1984.

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Misc.:

2003

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, America ‘s Hangar — Steven F. Udvar Hazy Center (Smithsonian Institution Press; Washington, D.C., 2003 and other editions), articles by Frank H. Winter, et. al., but without author citations.

1995

Valerie Neal and Cathleen S. Lewis, eds., Smithsonian Guides — Spaceflight (Macmillan Publishing Co. New York, 1995), articles by Frank H. Winter, et. al., but without author citations.

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Selected Articles as a Journalist for U.S. Air Force:

1968

In addition to the articles below, F.H. Winter served as the feature editor of the base newspaper The Alert Strip (Torrejon Air Force Base, Spain), from 1966-1968, copies of these features and other articles unavailable. The following were submitted electronically (by Telex) to primarily the U.S. Forces in Europe Command newspaper at the time based in Darmstadt, Germany, Stars and Stripes.

“Tanknauts Fight Battle of Sludge,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 28 August 1968.

“Pilot an Ex-Lawyer — He Couldn’t Get Away from Flying,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 19 March 1968.

“Torrejon Mechanics ‘Versatile,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 15 February 1968.

“With the Twinkling Of an Eye,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 6 February 1968.

“Torrejon T39 Jets-in Serum For Spaniard,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 5 February 1968.

“Spanish Cities Have Familiar Ring for Torrejon Airman,” Stratalauncher (Zaragoza AB, Spain), 19 January 1968.

1967

Untitled, “There’s a new Zaragoza in Spain,” The Airman Magazine, December 1967.

“14 Get Education Honors in Madrid,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 29 December 1967

“Whole Family Goes for Higher Education,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 22 December 1967.

“Maintenance Men Offer Hello to Santa,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 20 December 1967.

“Torrejon Outfit Doesn’t Try to Do a Bang-Up Job,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 18 December 1967.

“Airmen Outdoing Santa’s Elves,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 7 December 1967.

“In Spain It’s ‘Mejores No Hay,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 28 November 1967.

“AF Captain Beats Machine at Chess,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 27 November 1967.

“Learn a Language Torrejon Style,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 18 November 1967.

“Torrejon Remakes Own ‘Ponderosa,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 1 November 1967.

“Carol Enters Man’s World,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 1 November 1967.

“Engineers Build ‘Arsenal of Health,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 25 October 1967.

“Airline Has Key Post at Torrejon,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 24 October 1967.

“He’s Riding High at ‘34,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 24 October 1967.

“Base’s ‘Bargain Basement’ Profitable to U.S. Buyers,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 23 October 1967.

“Torrejon Airmen Reap Dollars for Ideas,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 20 October 1967.

“Custer Controversy Stirs NCO,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 11 October 1967.

“A New First For a New Waf,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 11 October 1967.

“Torrejon’ s Daily Chore,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 4 October 1967.

“Partnership Is Way to Peace Between Spaniards, Americans,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 4 October 1967.

“City Names Ring Familiar Tones,” The Kanto Plainsman (Tachikawa AB, Japan), 6 October 1967.

“Gas Up at Torrejon And ‘Drive’ to Pluto,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 22 September 1967.

“His Name’s Plai As Rain in Spain,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 2 September 1967.

“Sergeant Heading For Goal,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 25 August 1967.

“Scouts Honored At Torrejon,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 22 August 1967.

“Exotic Assignment Keeps Torrejon Sergeants Busy,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 21 August 1967.

“Double Life is Busy For Shirley Cogan,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 19 August 1967.

“Punsters Aside, The Job Is Fine,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 10 August 1967.

“King Solomon Leaves Spain,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 3 August 1967.

“Sergeant Reminisces the Black Watch,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 28 June 1967.

“Battle Was Only ‘Routine’ For Torrejon Airman,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 24 June 1967.

“Turbo Flameout Leads the Good Life,” Air Force Times, 17 May 1967.

“Long Hours No Chore At Torrejon,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 13 May 1967.

“Torrejon ‘Sergeant’ Leads a Dog’s Life,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 4 May 1967.

“Can Do’ Attitude Repairs F102 Jet,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 28 April 1967.

“Old Style Chow In Modem Decor,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstdat, Germany), 19 April 1967.

“Holidays and Birthdays Are Same for AF Family,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 7 April 1967.

“Spain Visual Shop’s Results Speak for Artists’ Talents,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 25 March 1967.

“Gen’s Click Actuates New Computer,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 4 March 1967.

“Space-Age Veterinarians Kick Off ‘Hoss Doc’ Label,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 21 February 1967.

“Sgt.’s Idea Saves Money,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 15 February 1967.

“Torrejon Pilot Is Named ‘Top Gun,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 31 January 1967.

“Keep on Your Toes Is Motto of Torrejon Fireman,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 28 January 1967.

1966

“Torrejon Sgt. Receives DOD Medal,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 26 October 1966.

“Senorita Is Queen At Torrejon AB,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 21 October 1966.

“Bookmobile’ Travels On Welcome Run,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 14 October 1966.

“Rivera to Represent AF in Chess Tourney,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 4 October 1966.

“Scout in Spain Wins Honors,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 5 October 1967.

“Torrejon Lt. Wants World’s Chess Title,” Stars and Stripes (Darmstadt, Germany), 27 July 1966.

1965

“Library Notes,” The Valley Bomber (Castle Air Force Base, California), 16 July 1965.

“Library Notes,” The Valley Bomber (Castle Air Force Base, California), 25 June 1965.

“Library Notes,” The Valley Bomber (Castle Air Force Base, California), 18 June 1965.

“Books in Review,” The Valley Bomber (Castle Air Force Base, California), 28 May 1965.

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