Spacecraft Propulsion Device Invented by 19-year Old Student
By: Amanda Froelich, True Activist. With passion to persevere and see a project succeed, anything is possible. This is certainly true for a young student in the Middle East.Aisha Mustafa, a 19-year old female student from the University of Sohag in Egypt, recently developed a new type of propulsion system for space crafts. Her newly patented invention uses cutting edge quantum physics instead of thrusters, and is an innovative design that may radically change a more than one field. The new system exploits the quirky law of quantum physics which states “there is no such thing as a vacuum devoid of particles, and energy”. annihilate each other in such a short amount of time they cannot be easily detected. For her invention, Mustafa developed a way of tapping this quantum effect, which is also known as the dynamic Casimir effect. Mustafa’s device differs from current methods of initiating movement in space. The potential of this new design is enormous.
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