Aneutronic Fusion Reactor - Eco-friendly Nuclear Energy

submitted by: MFerreiraJr
Conceptually, it has been designed to be the most energy-efficient fusion reactor. Effectively, a clean, safe, dense and environmentally friendly power source to supply the world's energy needs, with no greenhouse gases, no neutron emission, no radioactive waste, no thermal waste, no large land areas, no environmental impact, no interruptions by the weather or time of day, no nuclear meltdowns and no proliferation. It is to be the ultimate energy source, an affordable answer to the world’s...

Electrostatic Fusion Machine - Clean and Safe Atomic Energy

submitted by: MFerreiraJr

It is a succinct explanation how electrostatic acceleration can be wisely used to achieve a net energy gain from fusion reactions. Wisdom instead of brute force to harness the fusion energy efficiently in order to produce an enormous quantity of clean and safe electric power with no radioactive waste.
http://www.crossfirefusion.com/reactor

Multiphase Thermoelectric Converter - Turning Waste Heat into Usable Electric Power

submitted by: MFerreiraJr
The Multiphase Thermoelectric Converter is a direct thermal-to-electrical energy conversion system designed in order to harvest most of the waste heat energy efficiently into electricity, reducing weight and size of space heat radiators, making fusion-powered space propulsion more energy-efficient than ever. The Multiphase Thermoelectric Converter consists of two opposing twisting electromagnetic forces, forming two contra-aligned electrodynamic vortices, for axially and radially...

Phase-shift Plasma Turbine - Interplanetary Spaceflight

submitted by: MFerreiraJr
The Phase-shift Turbine consists of a set of concentric coils, axially rotated from each other, and feed by phased RF sources, producing radial and longitudinal sequences, which results in helical moving force, ionizing intake gas/particle/ion, generating continuous unidirectional thrust. It was designed in order to operate in atmospheric environments, mainly during takeoff, and in space to reuse exhaust gases from chemical rockets to booster the overall ISP, enhancing utilization of both...

Relativistic Phase Displacement Space Drive - Warping Space Time with Phased Standing Waves

submitted by: MFerreiraJr

It is a brief explanation about a relativistic space propulsion system which uses a lattice/matrix of Phase Displacement Space Drives, producing crisscrossing pattern of Phased Standing Waves, to generate a sequence of spinning waves for causing a FTL moving force, in order to warp spacetime, enabling fast interstellar travel in an energy-efficient way.

Phase Displacement Space Drive - Interstellar Propulsion

submitted by: MFerreiraJr

It is a brief explanation about an innovative space propulsion system having two EM emitter, phased 0° 90°, and spaced quarter wavelength apart (nλ+ λ/4), creating attraction (contra-phase 180°) and repulsion (in-phase 0°), in order to produce net thrust force in an energy-efficient way, enabling fast interstellar travel.

Interstellar Space Travel using Phase-shifted Electrodynamic Propulsion

submitted by: MFerreiraJr

It is a brief explanation about phase-shifted electrodynamic force (f ≥ c/L) causing electrodynamic drag, and consequently, generating propulsion in the outer space, and perhaps enabling fast interstellar travel.
http://www.crossfirefusion.com/thruster

Electrodynamic Space Thruster

submitted by: MFerreiraJr

Propulsion System
using a
Phase-shifted Array of Transverse Impulse Drive

Space Week: Roving Mars, Part 2

submitted by: scivee-team

The journey of a Rover from its launch to its touchdown on Mars.How do you get a Rover to Mars? Here's the trip from launch to touchdown.

Saturn

submitted by: scivee-team

Voyager II, a NASA spacecraft, demystifies Saturns's rings; Further analysis of dust particle patterns (called spokes) on space images of the planet lead to the conclusion that the spokes move with Saturn's magnetic field and not sporadically.A look back at Voyager II's incredible images of Saturn.