A selection of articles related to spacecraft propulsion.
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- Antimatter Space Propulsion Possible Within A Decade, Say Physicists
- Dreams of antimatter space propulsion are closer to reality than most rocket scientists could ever imagine, says former Fermilab physicist Gerald Jackson.
- Space Propulsion Startup Accion Systems Starts Taking Orders
- The space propulsion company Accion Systems has announced that they will officially start taking orders for their micro-propulsion systems designed for CubeSats and other small satellites. The company is selling miniature electrospray ion engines that ...
- NASA researchers are working on a laser propulsion system that could get to
- But NASA scientist Philip Lubin is working on a system where lasers propel spacecraft with giant sails to the Red Planet in as little as three days.
- Scientist Reveals Propulsion Technology That Could Blast Probe To Mars In 30
- Finally, some experts cite the issue of time dilation, a concept demonstrated in the film "Interstellar." Here, time slows down for the spacecraft as it passes a wormhole, according to Digital Trends.
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