Elements S2 • E34

German Scientists Just Tested NASA’s EM Drive… Does It Work Now?





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Published on Jul 14, 2018

Further testing of the EM Drive provides the latest update on the controversial device, but what does this change the future of space travel?

*Disclaimer: The researchers of this study want to stress that these are preliminary results and have yet to be confirmed.

NASA Just Tested The 'Impossible Drive': Does It Work? - https://youtu.be/xWfeE7l1Wxo

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The Science Behind the Impossible EM Drive
“One of the most controversial stories in science right now is the EM Drive, a hypothetical new type of spacecraft engine that seems to break the laws of physics.”

The Latest Test on The 'Impossible' EM Drive Concludes It Doesn't Work
“This is the story of the little engine that shouldn't – a propulsion system based on a push of electromagnetic radiation that seems to drive forward while contradicting the very physics that explain it.”

Team tests feasibility of EmDrive and Mach Effect Thrusters
“Mach Effect Thrusters have a stronger basis in known science, but are still considered to be an unlikely proposition.”


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