or what would happen if somebody cut the rope!
NASA generated electricity by sending up rockets with a rope attached too them
QuoteNASA generated electricity by sending up rockets with a rope attached too themReference?
NASA generated electricity by sending up rockets with a rope attached too [sic] them,
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I remember buying military surplus micro fine twin wire from guided missiles, many moons back, I wonder if any voltage was generated if they were fired from aircraft.
The Dyson-Harrop Satellite uses the solar wind.
A relatively small Dyson-Harrop satellite using a 1-centimetre-wide copper wire 300 metres long, a receiver 2 metres wide and a sail 10 metres in diameter, sitting at roughly the same distance from the sun as the Earth, could generate 1.7 megawatts of power - enough for about 1000 family homes in the US.
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