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Robert L. Forward, “Antiproton Annihilation Propulsion”, University of Dayton, 1985.

  • From High Frontier . Artwork by Philip Eklund
From High Frontier by Philip Eklund Beam Core
AM: Beam Exhaust Velocity 100,000,000 m/s Specific Impulse 10,193,680 s Thrust 10,000,000 N Thrust Power TW Mass Flow kg/s Total Engine Mass 10,000 kg T/W 102 Fuel Antimatter:
antihydrogen Reactor Antimatter Catalyzed Remass Reaction
Products Remass Accel Annihilation Thrust Director Magnetic Nozzle Specific Power -05 kg/MW Microscopic amounts of antimatter are reacted with equal amounts of matter. Remember: unless you are using only electron-positron antimatter annihilation, mixing matter and antimatter does NOT turn them into pure energy . Instead you get some energy, some charged particles, and some uncharged particles.

To help compare different orders of magnitude this section lists lengths between 10 and 100 kilometres (10 4 to 10 5 metres ). The myriametre [106] (sometimes also spelled myriameter , myriometre and myriometer ) (10,000 metres) is a deprecated unit name; the decimal metric prefix myria- [63] (sometimes also written as myrio- [107] [108] [109] ) is obsolete [64] [65] [66] and not included among the prefixes when the International System of Units was introduced in 1960.

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