Water, water everywhere
The non-fuel rocket is ready to dump spatial exploration.
The world is not enough (WINE), and instead of using its power rather than the power, the craftsman becomes water from the current location of the water and transforms it into steam and promotes it to a new destination. Jules Verne's novel forgotten.
"Moon, Ceres, Europe, Titan, Pluto, Mercury pulley, asteroids, waterfalls and massive water and gravity," we could use this technology. .
WINE prototype creation was a collaborative effort.
NASA funded the project. Honeybee Robotics built a steam-powered spacecraft prototype, which is based on microwave measurements, with researchers from Embry-Riddle Aeronautics University.
Metzger made the necessary engineering and simulation craft, and when testing WINE, UCF gave me simulated artificial asteroid material.
The group shot a successful WINE show, then shared it with Twitter.
"It's boring," Metzger said, democracy. "ARDO Soil was plunged successfully, promoted the rocket, started a steam jet from the simulator."
WINE (the world is not enough) we have proved the spacecraft's prototype vacuum. WINE extracts water from the asteroid and uses steam propulsion. thank you @DrPhiltill Asteroid simulator, simulations, and powerful PI and thanks @NASA SBIR to finance! pic.twitter.com/vrFB8WhEGt
– Kris Zacny (@kriszacny) At 31st of December 2019
Perpetual Exploration Machine
As we have explored in the solar system, we have found plenty of water – on the moon, on other planes and even on the asteroid. While we were able to buy a craft from one of these obligations, the displacement of the solar panel would allow the mining and steam generation processes that require movement.