Subject: highest speed for human space travel
Date: Mon Mar 19 13:50:13 2001
Posted by dave
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: dallas State/Province: tx
Area of science: Physics
of the various propulsion methods for deep space travel that have been tried,
that are under development, or that have simply been suggested, are any of
them likely to achieve one tenth light speed for a vessel able to support human
life in space? and if so, what acceleration can reasonably be expected, that is,
how long would it take to get to c/10?
Re: highest speed for human space travel
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