This is an update of the system under development by John Brophy and his team and it will use a kilometer-scale, multi-hundred-megawatt phased-array laser to beam power to a vehicle that converts it to electrical power for a multi-megawatt electric p
Robert Adams updated the work on a phase 2 Pulsed Fission-Fusion (PuFF) Propulsion Concept. Robert works at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. This system should be able to achieve 15 kW/kg and 30,000 seconds of ISP.
Muon-catalyzed fusion has been studied for 60 years and new work with lasers and ultradense material could lead to commercial nuclear fusion.
Tesla's promising big electric range, huge towing capacity and brutal acceleration for the Cybertruck, but what else do we know?
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Sign up at http://www.brilliant.org/answerswithjoe and get 20% off your subscription. As the world becomes more electrified, the race is on to build cheaper, longer-lasting, more energy-dense batteries. One of the most promising technologies in this
As Helen Czerski asks, nuclear fusion energy has been forty years away for the last 70 odd years. Are we getting any closer, Helen visits First Light Fusion in Oxfordshire.
In this episode of Fully Charged News, Robert Llewellyn starts out remaining neutral about the Tesla Cybertruck launch, discusses the new Ford Mustang electric car then tries not to get too ranty about Cobalt use in refining fossil fuels and the prob
And this video proposes exactly that.
While the EU and United States have all but abandoned nuclear energy as a future power source, with almost no new reactors being built and existing ones being decommissioned, Russia has quietly emerged as the world's leading builder of peaceful civ
Electric car makers like Tesla have all of the batteries, engines and electronics in a skateboard. They place the seats and cover on top.
In what is being hailed as a world-first, a German steel plant has just succeeded in powering one of their blast furnaces entirely with hydrogen.
Lithium Ion batteries can get three times cheaper than current average prices of about $180 per kwh to about $50-60 per kwh.