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Breakthrough propulsion physics workshop preliminary results

Breakthrough propulsion physics workshop preliminary results

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center, Available from National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Cleveland, Ohio], Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spacecraft propulsion.,
  • Space transportation.,
  • Gravitation.,
  • Propellants.,
  • Electromagnetism.,
  • Relativistic theory.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMarc G. Millis.
    SeriesNASA/TM -- 97-206241., NASA technical memorandum -- 207241.
    ContributionsLewis Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15543171M

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      In , a team of government, university and industry researchers proposed a program to seek the ultimate breakthroughs in space transportation: propulsion that requires no propellant mass, propulsion that can approach and, if possible, circumvent light speed, and breakthrough methods of energy production to power such devices. This Breakthrough Cited by: 6. The Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project (BPP) was a research project funded by NASA from through , to study various proposals for “revolutionary” methods of spacecraft propulsion which would require breakthroughs in physics before they could be realized, hence the name. During its six years, this program was funded with a total investment of $ million.

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Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop Preliminary Results Marc G. Millis Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio Prepared for the Space Technology and Applications International Forum cosponsored by NASA, DSWA, U.S. DOE and USAF Albuquerque, New Mexico, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center November The Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project (BPP) was a research project funded by NASA from to study various proposals for revolutionary methods of spacecraft propulsion that would require breakthroughs in physics before they could be realized.

The project ended inwhen the Advanced Space Transportation Program was reorganized and all speculative. Preliminary results of this workshop are presented, along with the status of the Breakthrough Propulsion Physics program that conducted this workshop.

Discover the world's research 16+ million membersAuthor: Marc G. Millis. Get this from a library. Breakthrough propulsion physics workshop preliminary results. [Marc G Millis; Lewis Research Center.]. The objective of the NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program is to produce near-term, credible, and measurable progress toward conquering these three goals.

The underlined terms are some of the programmatic features needed to conduct such visionary work in formal institutions such as NASA. The emphasis on "near-term progress" is because theCited by: The methods of the program and the results of the workshop are presented.

This Breakthrough Propulsion Physics program, managed by Lewis Research Center, is one part of a comprehensive, long Author: Marc G. Millis.

In the s the american space agency NASA began looking at methodologies in Breakthrough propulsion, such as work by the american scientist Marc Millis in Challenge to Create the Space Drive [22] and Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop Preliminary Results [23].

A lot of these ideas were later published in the excellent book Frontiers of. The sources given were a paper by Millis, which can't say much about what happened in the program; a conference report by Miis which does summarize what happened in the program; and a book which has a chapter "Recent History of Breakthrough Propulsion Studies" but the rest is about physics theory.

The previous NASA breakthrough propulsion program, known as Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project (BPP), was funded by NASA between andwith total funding of $ million.

and Williams, L., Proceedings of the Estes Park Advanced Propulsion Workshop, Estes Park, Space Studies Institute Press, () Theory Most important, we try to assess concepts and develop new ideas on how to build a space drive and/or how to modify mass/gravity. Full text of "NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop Proceedings" See other formats.

Purpose. The Advanced Propulsion Physics Laboratory is enabled by section of the NASA Technology Roadmap TA 2: In Space Propulsion Technologies: Breakthrough Propulsion: Breakthrough propulsion is an area of technology development that seeks to explore and develop a deeper understanding of the nature of space-time, gravitation, inertial frames, quantum.

Warp Drive, When. Breakthrough Technologies What are THE 3 breakthroughs we’d like to achieve. To enable practical interstellar travel, here are THE 3 breakthroughs that we’ll need.

These are the goals of the new NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics program: Discover new propulsion methods that eliminate or dramatically reduce the need for propellant. A Breakthrough Propulsion Architecture for Interstellar Precursor MissionsAuthor: Loura Hall.

Speaking at last fall’s International Astronautical Congress in Prague, Tau Zero founder Marc Millis offered a condensed summary of the present state of the art in advanced propulsion physics, summarizing a variety of approaches and next-step questions from the book he co-edited with Eric Davis called Frontiers of Propulsion Science ().

He’s now written a. [35] Millis, M. () "Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop Preliminary Results," Space Technology and Applications International Forum, AIP Conference ProceedingsAlbuquerque NM (Jan.

98), and NASA TM (Nov. 97). As head of NASA’s Breakthrough Propulsion Physics program, he looked for methodologies by which to push the propulsion envelope in productive ways. As founding architect of the Tau Zero Foundation, he continues the effort through books like Frontiers of Propulsion Science, travel and conferences, and new work for NASA through TZF.

Breakthrough Propulsion Workshop participants. At long last, the Proceedings of the first Estes Park Advanced Propulsion Workshop, sponsored by SSI, are ready for general release. The free PDF is downloadable by clicking on the link below. conceding defeat. Inthe first scholarly book was published that examines the correlations between these desired breakthroughs and contemporary physics.

This book, Frontiers of Propulsion Science (FPS), is the primary reference upon which this paper is based [1]. This paper presents a condensed summary of theCited by: 2.

Eric Davis is a Senior Research Physicist at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin, and the CEO of Warp Drive Metrics. His research specializations include breakthrough propulsion physics, general relativity, and quantum field theories. He is a technical contributor and consultant to the NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics by:.

The book, dated, is a wonderful introduction to the world of electric propulsion. Texts that start at a fundamental concept building toward a complex set of actions is invaluable.

Start here if the reader really wants to understand the initial motivations behind Cited by:   Hopeful that a way can be found to circumvent the technical problems of conventional advanced propulsion, some have recently initiated investigations into so-called “breakthrough propulsion physics.” Speculative conjectures in this area involving alleged unconventional electromagnetic effects, both classical and semi-classical, predating this Cited by: 4.Last November Space Studies Institute NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Team Principal Investigator Dr.

Heidi Fearn and Team Consultant Dr. James Woodward invited a group of friends and colleagues to discuss updates in engineering and testing of Propellant-less Propulsion, The “Woodward Effect,” The Machian Principle and other advanced physics and .