|Historical Years||1936 to 1941|
|Main Specialties|| Rocketry|
|Main Effects|| Rocket Test Site|
Access to several secret weapons
Rocketry is an Industrial technology field. The technologies in the field are experimental and allow construction of a Rocket Test Site. Otherwise their only effects are access to several Secret Weapon technologies.
|1936||Rocket Test and Research Facility||42||Allows Rocket Test Site construction|
|1939||Rocket Engine||40||Leads to rocket interceptors and guided missiles|
|1939||Turbojet Engine||40||Leads to Practical Turbojet Engine|
|1940||Flying Bomb Development||36||Leads to Flying Bomb|
|1941||Flying Rocket Development||42||Leads to Strategic Rocket|
Secret Weapons Edit
Several secret weapons require various levels of Rocketry research before they become available:
- Air-to-Surface Missile and Surface-to-Air Missile require Rocket Engine technology.
- Practical Turbojet Engine technology, the gateway to all turbojet aircraft technologies, requires Turbojet Engine technology be developed.
- Flying Bomb secret weapon technology requires Flying Bomb Development technology under Rocketry.
- Strategic Rocket technology requires Flying Rocket Development technology.
The Rocketry field does not provide anything directly, but is not terribly expensive to the research budget and provides the basis for several valuable technologies, including ballistic missiles and jet aircraft. For this reason, most nations will need to invest in this field at some point. Building a Rocket Test Site and improving its size will help make research investment efficient in the field.
See also Edit
| Rocketry technologies|
|Test & Research | Rocket Engine | Turbojet Engine | Flying Bomb Development | Flying Rocket Development|
| Industrial technology fields|
|Agriculture | Cryptography | Manufacturing | Material Science | Nuclear | Radar Warning | Rocketry | Synthetic Oil|