Subject: Have gyro-manuvering systems been developed for rotating/thrust?
Date: Sun Aug 29 22:45:02 1999
Posted by John
Grade level: 10-12
School: Highland Park High School
City: Dallas State/Province: Texas
Area of science: Engineering
This is engeneering/physics. It seems to me
that if you get a gyroscope relitivly heavy to
your plane/ship, you can use it to manuver. This
is especially useful in space (like Armageddon),
when air and water friction are gone. If no, why
not. What are the problems.
Re: Have gyro-manuvering systems been developed for rotating/thrust?
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