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This Is NASA's New Solar-Electric Propulsion Engine

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Motoare electrice Motorul electric sau electromotorul, cum mai este denumit, este un dispozitiv electromagnetic care transforma energia electrica in energie mecanica. Pentru procesul invers (energie mecanica- energie electrica) este nevoie de un generator electric. Aceste dispozitive au diferite aplicatii: de la...

Forţa electromagnetică Linia de câmp magnetic este linia tangentă în orice punct al ei la direcţia acului magnetic. Forţa cu care câmpul magnetic acţionează asupra unui conductor parcurs de curent electric, aflat în acel câmp se numeşte forţă electromagnetică. Direcţia forţei ...

Electric Car Without Battery, make VIRAL ! (Oil replacement solution) Magnetic Motor/ I could not find the man in the video will continue to look. The poster has comments but I do not think they are from the person in video nor do I agree. IT'S all about money and they cant make it on this like they can on oil and plug in electric cars.

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NASA recently provided $10 million in funding to Ad Astra Rocket Company of Texas for further development of its Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket (VASIMR), an electromagnetic thruster capable of propelling a spaceship to Mars in just 39 days.

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Earth in crossfire on NASA hazardous asteroid map

The orbits of all known Potentially Hazardous Asteroids (PHAs) as of early 2013 are shown here. But none are worrisome threats over the next century. (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)

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The toughest spaceship we’ve ever built

Future missions to Venus need tough new technologies – and an old one. Jesse Emspak reports

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Life on Mars? NASA's next rover aims to find out.

By Dwayne Brown -The next rover NASA will send to Mars in 2020 will carry seven carefully-selected instruments to conduct unprecedented science and exploration technology investigations on the Red Planet.NASA announced the selected Mars 2020 r...

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A new plasma propulsion device is the Helicon Double Layer Thruster (HDLT) being developed by Professor Rod Boswell and Dr Christine Charles at ANU. As with all plasma thrusters, the principle is to eject charged particles, or plasma, at very high speeds. The innovation in the HDLT is the way the plasma is accelerated to these speeds. The thruster uses a phenomenon called an electric double layer, which is the electrostatic equivalent of a sheer drop.

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