De la Terre à la Lune

De la Terre à la LuneDalla Terra Alla Luna De La Terre La Lune, Trajet Direct En 97 Heures 20 Minutes Un Romanzo Di Fantascienza Di Jules Verne Del 1865 La Prima Parte Di Un Dittico Che Si Chiude Con Intorno Alla Luna Autour De La Lune In Questo Romanzo Verne Anticipa Le Prime Fasi Dello Storico Allunaggio Avvenuto Realmente Oltre 100 Anni Dopo, Il 20 Luglio 1969.

Journey to the Center of the Earth 1864 ,

[Epub] ↠ De la Terre à la Lune Author Jules Verne –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 149 pages
  • De la Terre à la Lune
  • Jules Verne
  • 23 August 2019

10 thoughts on “De la Terre à la Lune

  1. Sr3yas says:

    3.5 StarsAlright, Kids Let s start by catching some reel from Back To the Future III Clara Clayton Emmett, do you think we ll ever be able to travel to the moon like we travel across the country on trains Doc Definitely, although not for another eighty four years and not on trains We ll have space vehicles, capsules to sail off in rockets, devices that create giant explosions, explosions that are so powerful that they Clara Clayton finishes Doc s sentence They break the pull of the earth s gravity and send their projectile through outer space Doc stares at her in shock Clara laughs Clara Clayton Emmett, I read that book too You re quoting Jules Verne, From the Earth to the Moon.Jules Verne wrote From Earth to Moon in 1865, a century before the actual small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. In his novel, Verne introduces the Balti Gun Club, a group of Gun enthusiasts with a wide membership and an unquenchable thirst for action, yet they find themselves without a war to fight and nothing notable to occupy them Not for long.When Impey Barbicane, the president of the club reveals his plans to create a gun long enough and strong enough to launch an expedition to the moon, the whole world is captivated by his dream Calculations are made, locations are scouted, and days are marked Will they be able to pull it off If you take a step back and look at the story, you ll see that It s about a bunch of ...

  2. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    De la Terre la Lune From the Earth to the Moon Extraordinary Voyages 4 , Jules Verne From the Earth to the Moon is an 1865 novel by Jules Verne It tells the story of the Balti Gun Club, a post American Civil War society of weapons enthusiasts, and their attempts to build an enormous Columbiad space gun and launch three people the Gun Club s president, his Philadelphian armor making rival, and a French poet in a projectile with the goal of a Moon landing The story is also notable in that Verne attempted to do some rough calculations as to the requirements for the cannon and in that, considering the comparative lack of empirical data on the subject at the time, some of his figures are remarkably accurate However, his scenario turned out to be impractical for safe manned space travel since a much longer barrel wo...

  3. Luís C. says:

    When we talk about Jules Verne, we often use the term visionary It is of course totally true, but this aspect of Verne s work must not make us forget that he was above all a formidable storyteller With From the Earth to the Moon , we have a glimpse of these two facets of the author.First popularizer, Verne book many technical and scientific information by starting the era of knowledge, then extrapolating this knowledge to speculate, the author demonstrated a great erudition in a very focused early novel on technical aspects Then, just when the story threatened to turn round and become boring, now tumbling Michel Ardan Ah, Michel Ardan What a character Rarely a character will have borne his name as well Michel Ardan, it is undoubtedly the height of the cool in 1865 Casual elegance, charisma, eloquence, courage, audacity The saying impossible is not French seems to have been created about it Ardan awakens the story, gives it a whip, instills madness Just for this bigger tha...

  4. Joey Woolfardis says:

    From the Earth to the Moon was written almost 100 years before man finally stepped foot on the moon, a mixture of early sci fi and adventure book that has truly imaginative elements alongside Jules Verne s very scientific mind.In an America that is rather frightfully similar to its current state, gun enthusiasts find themselves at the end of the civil war without anything to shoot The Balti Gun Club and its president, Impey Barbicane, decide that an altogether different approach to ballistics should be taken and undertake a mission to send a missile to the moon.Inevitably, a Frenchman pops up and demands he man the missile, turning the un manned mission in to a manned mission, and something that the whole country is captivated by.Unparalleled in imagination, though rather lacking in some areas, Jules Verne s From the Earth to the Moon is an excellent read, especially considering the 1969 mission that actually occurred It is a wonderful tale, though I think it relies far too heavily on what Verne was rather too fond of, and that s the scientific element Many sci fi writers fall foul of this and that s to add too much s...

  5. Carlos says:

    Una novela liviana, f cil de entender, r pida y entretenida Me gust mucho lo detallado que es Verne para dar las explicaciones del proyectil Distancia, peso, materiales, etc Todo con base y argumento Con esto, me dieron ganas de aprender m ...

  6. Miltos Sideras says:

    80 , , 40 , .

  7. BrokenTune says:

    As for the Yankees, they had no other ambition than to take possession of this new continent of the sky, and to plant upon the summit of its highest elevation the star spangled banner of the United States of America Yup, this is still my favourite quote Simply because I cannot get over Verne daring to imagine that iconic tv image from 1969 in 1865 There were a lot fun points that Verne picked up in this novel and made fun of, but sadly a lot of the satire in this novel is at the expense of the US, who is pretty much represented only by the characters of the Balti Gun Club, who out of boredom following the end of the Civil War, attempt to build a cannon that can reach the moon I enjoyed the poking fun at gun enthusiasts, I did not enjoy the poking fun at whole nation There were some other stereotypes, too, French and German, but the majority of Verne s mockery was pointed firmly at the US Still, apart from the blatant stereotyping, this was a romp and fun, fun, fun diversion into imagining the impossible and then backing it up with science Of course, we know now that the science was iffy, but it...

  8. Ajeje Brazov says:

    Secondo libro che leggo del Verne mondiale e direi, un passo indietro rispetto a Viaggio al centro della Terra , forse pi per la scrittura qui l ho trovata un po troppo scarna colpa, magari, anche della traduzione , ma comunque meno coinvolgente La prima parte del libro stata deludente, ero l l per abb...

  9. Silvana says:

    Whoa, thank goodness I didn t read the back cover of the book, or else several fun surprises would be spoiled.Holy Verne, it s been so long since my last fix of his work Two years perhaps From the Earth to the Moon is light but still well written This book was published in 1865, than a hundred years prior to the first successful moon landing by the men of Apollo 11 I m not able to prove all the scientific calculation and details described so eloquently here, but they re sure as hell convincing enough Again, Verne never ceases to amaze me with his knack of making technical details to be interesting.He actually made some correct predictions, such as 1 the country who successfully sent a manned mission to the moon is the US Well, he did manage to include a French guy to join the mission nationalistic interest perhaps 2 the two states contesting to be the launch site were Florida and Texas Yep, and Florida won too in real life.3 the shape of the capsule and there were three people on b...

  10. BAM The Bibliomaniac says:

    Audiobook 244

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