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Re: USING A ELECTROMAGNETIC BEAM TO PROPELL A STARSHIP
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- Subject: Re: USING A ELECTROMAGNETIC BEAM TO PROPELL A STARSHIP
- From: T.L.G.vanderLinden@student.utwente.nl (Timothy van der Linden)
- Date: Sat, 08 Jun 1996 15:20:37 +0100
>>>Of course if your using my hybrid fuel/sail configuration you want a havyer
>>Laser forth and maser back?
>Doesn't really matter. On the way out it depends on what lithium reflects
>best. On the way back probably the same thing, just so you don't need to
>build new beaming facilities.
>>>I worry about EM and secoundary reactions in the plasma. We are after all
>>>talking about hellish amounts of power. Even small percentages could
>>>incinerate the engine and ship. (Even a mile of Lithium might not protect
>>OK, then we're back on one line...
Eh, I guess my Dutch translation was a bit to litterally:
"We're in line with eachother" or "We're in agreement with each other"