London: the journal, 1952 - 1954. Fine copies in original plain printed tobacco-brown wraps, semi-coated paperstock throughout with 9x6 inches, staplebound. Photographs, charts, plenty of math. One copy has a small ink splash on cover and one corner was very faintly worn. An order form is laid into one issue; issues were sent free to members, plainly these were owned by a member who didn't disturb them. Masthead of first seven numbers lists Clarke as chair of the council, and he contributes two articles, "Flying Saucers" and "Astronomical Fallacies." Walter Dornberger contributes an account of German rocketry with pix of Penemunde.