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Can the technology behind Particle accelerators can be used for space propulsion?
As I understand, the kinetic energy of the proton beam in a hadron collider is quite large. Can you build a space propulsion system that is based on accelerating a proton bean to relativistic speeds ...
Mar 14 '12 at 7:01
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