Search Only Images Visit Image Gallery FAQ page Visit Image Gallery FAQ imggal_sm2.png Projectile trains for the Moon from From the Earth to the Moon Download this image Image ID: SIL-39088002245697_0010 Cite this: Verne, Jules. 1874. From the Earth to the Moon : direct in ninety-seven hours and twenty minutes, and a trip round it.,New York, Scribner, Armstrong. Original Caption: Projectile trains for the Moon. Subject(s): Adventure stories, Astronomy, Voyages and travels, Moon Tag(s): space, earth, trains, stars Collection(s): Unstacked Topic(s): Language and Literature Find in: Library Catalog Download: Image No Copyright - United States Request copy of image How can I use this image? Discover more images tagged with Language and Literature Embossed cover of From the Earth to the Title page of From the Earth to the Moon "The arrival of the projectile at "The Rodman Columbiad" in "Tampa Town previous to the "Diana and Satellite" in From "The sun chose to be of the party "I could have ventured out on the "The vapor of our breath will fall "Light and heat; all life is "Around the projectile were the "White all, Barbicane" in "Tampa Town after the undertaking "Michel Ardan" in From the "The arrival of the projectile at "The gas caught fire" in From An unsurpassable repast. Verne Tom Turner is introduced. Another The two colleagues were able to see an One saw a shipwreck come in view.