Implications of Outside‐the‐Box Technologies on Future Space Exploration and Colonization

@inproceedings{Loder2003ImplicationsOO,
  title={Implications of Outside‐the‐Box Technologies on Future Space Exploration and Colonization},
  author={Theodore C. Loder},
  year={2003}
}
In general, planning for future manned space exploration either to the moon, Mars, or an asteroid has depended on a somewhat linear extrapolation of our present technologies. Two major prohibitive cost issues regarding such planning are payload lift and in-flight energy generation. The costs of these in both engineering and actual flight costs, coupled with the planning necessary to carry out such exploration have prevented us from actively moving forward. Although, it will be worthwhile to… CONTINUE READING

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