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Monday, January 09, 2006

Fw: Scientists moot gravity-busting hyperdrive | The Register

 
YEEE_HAAAWW !!  Mars in three hours - theoretically...
By Lester Haines
Published Friday 6th January 2006 15:03 GMT 
 
The US military is considering testing the principle behind a type of space drive which holds the promise of reaching Mars in just three hours. The problem is, as New Scientist explains, it's entirely theoretical and many physicists admit they don't understand the science behind it.
 
Nonetheless, the so-called "hyperdrive" concept won last year's American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics award for the best nuclear and future flight paper. Among its defenders is aerospace engineer Pavlos Mikellides, from the Arizona State University in Tempe. Mikellides, who reviewed the winning paper, said: "Even though such features have been explored before, this particular approach is quite unique."
 
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