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Four trips to the moon in one day? A trip to the outer solar system in less than a day month? At Centauri Dreams Paul Gilster points out that a new take on the old idea of inertia might radically change future propulsion systems.
Posted at 09:04 AM in Engineering, KySat, Science, Solar System, Space | Permalink
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