Subject: Can a argon lasar and a parabolic dish propell a ship through space?
Date: Thu Oct 5 20:43:55 2000
Posted by Christopher Meredith
Grade level: nonaligned
School: School of life
City: Burbank State/Province: California
Country: United States
Area of science: Physics
If you place a argon lasar in stationary orbit above the earth and then
aim it toward a parabolic dish which is attached to a ship in space, can
the lasar propell the ship? would you need to maybe inject air into the
dish? I know that this has been done here on earth, but in a small scale.
Thank you for your knowledge ahead of time. Chris
Re: Can a argon lasar and a parabolic dish propell a ship through space?
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