Subject: Spaceship collision with 1mg meteorite
Date: Tue Sep 11 12:24:51 2007
Posted by Yevgeniy
Grade level: undergrad
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Area of science: Astronomy
Is it true that even if we were to get the technology to get to 1/10 the speed
of light, or faster, we still can't do it for safety reason or not? Is it
likely that a collision with a 1 mg meteorite or even smaller would destroy a
spaceship? Are such particles common?
Re: Spaceship collision with 1mg meteorite
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