- The Asteroid Miner's Guide to the Galaxy
- The idea that outer space could one day be mined for sustenance or human gain stretches back centuries.
- The Nitty Gritty Engineering Challenge of Building a Space Elevator
- And in 1895 Russian scientist Konstantin Tsiolkovsky looked at the Eiffel Tower and suddenly imagined it attached to a "celestial castle," leading to the first conceptual design of a space elevator.
- StarChip Enterprise is a mission worth backing
- Konstantin Tsiolkovsky was best known for two things: his enormous ear trumpet (used to counter deafness caused by scarlet fever) and his visionary ideas about rocketry and space travel. Known as the grandfather of the Soviet space programme, ...
- How to Launch a Rocket Into Space…and Then Land It on a Ship at Sea
- Thanks to Konstantin Tsiolkovsky's “ideal rocket equation,” however, we know that liquid fuels, which have a faster gas jet speed, are more efficient than solid fuels. Essentially, by using liquid fuel, each 1kg of payload needs a minimum of 4.
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