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A fusion-powered rocket to deflect deadly comets

Glen Wurden, a plasma physicist at Los Alamos has conceived a comet-buster that would work like this: Harnessing the tremendous energy of fusion, the process in which two atomic nuclei collide to form a new nucleus, could propel a rocket to more than 100 kilometers per second.

Glen Wurden, a plasma physicist at Los Alamos has conceived a comet-buster that would work like this: Harnessing the tremendous energy of fusion, the process in which two atomic nuclei collide to form a new nucleus, could propel a rocket to more than 100 kilometers per second.

Kapow! Fusion rockets could foil deadly comets. Nathan Fox.


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