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 (gŏd′ərd), Robert Hutchings 1882-1945.
American physicist who developed and launched the first successful liquid-fueled rocket (1926) and invented numerous rocketry devices.
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Goddard

(ˈɡɒdɑːd)
n
(Biography) Robert Hutchings. 1882–1945, US physicist. He made the first workable liquid-fuelled rocket
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God•dard

(ˈgɒd ərd)

n.
Robert Hutchings, 1882–1945, U.S. physicist.
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