A potential advancement in the United States’ electric propulsion capability for the future of spaceflight is being underscored by a new NASA contract to support work on the VASIMR project - short for the Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket.
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Ad Astra Rocket Company's VASIMR (variable specific impulse magnetoplasma rocket) has been test-firing in a vacuum chamber for the past six years. the inside of the vacuum chamber gives an impression of its power. At the front, where the body of the rocket sat, the thick, stainless steel walls have been blued by heat. Toward the rear, where the plasma exited, they have been burned clean and shiny. Read more:
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