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Popular Review of new Concepts, Ideas and Innovations in Space Launch and Flight

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Popular Review of new Concepts, Ideas and Innovations in Space Launch and Flight
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Publisher: viXra.org
Number of pages: 159

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New macro-projects, concepts, ideas, methods, and innovations are explored here. The book gives the main physical data which will help researchers, engineers, dedicated students and enthusiastic readers make estimations for their own macro-projects.

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