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Thats right. Crash it into Australia again... Another littering fine😂😂😂. .. Hey nasa, make this happen Have they been defunded? Damn this concept is 7 years old Me: using in a nutshell space tether
Nasa now: our rocket has 90% propulsion system and 10% payload.
In a nutshell: 10% propulsion, 90% payload.
Ok I am going with using my space tether with quick fly bye. Can anyone tell me why this isn’t a thing? 2:25 golds up 20 years later like an isac aurther video *Fake. Earth is flat. You can't tether objects!* Wtf... never have those tether every were used as explained in video. Soooooo sick ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️ We want this! who else watch this because of Kurzgesagt video
👇like if u watched it kurzgesagt got me here? Why is noone talking about this? Got tethered here by Kurzgesagt Hello I'm here Kurzgesagt yeet me here lmfao what a load of crock! earth is flat and sats are tethered to balloons! Was this recorded in 1980 lol Too bad Apollo never went to the moon. My cousin Joseph wrote a white paper about this. I think this was his experiment. earth's magnetic field.. ...... electric grid..? wow Great video! Very interesting although there are 2 things that pop into my mind which are not covered in this video.
1> In the actual footage (other video's [STS-75]) the tether was not straight, but curved.
2> A current in a wire, generated itself by crossing the magnetic field of the earth, generates a magnetic field of its own which will interact again with the magnetic field of the earth. This should have some effect too I figure.
I also wonder why such a promissing technologie is not explored any further. Or is it, and is it just the media that failes to see the importance?