Purpose – The author's aim is to offer a revolutionary method – the non‐rocket transfer of energy and thrust into Space with distances of millions of kilometers. Design/methodology/approach – The author develops the theory and makes the computations. Findings – The method is more efficient than transmission of energy by high‐frequency waves. Practical implications – The method may be used for space launch and for acceleration of spaceships and probes to very high speeds, up to relativistic speed by current technology. Originality/value – The research presented contains prospective projects which illustrate the possibilities of the suggested method.
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology – Emerald Publishing
Published: Mar 21, 2008
Keywords: Space technology; Space sciences; Motion
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