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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antimatter_rocket

An antimatter rocket is a proposed class of rockets that use antimatter as their power source. ... The alternatives to direct antimatter annihilation propulsion offer the possibility of feasible vehicles with, in some cases, vastly smaller amounts of  ...

cosmosmagazine.com/technology/antimatter-ion-drives-nasas-plans-deep-space-propulsion

Mar 18, 2016 ... Antimatter to ion drives: NASA's plans for deep space propulsion ... the most feasible – and fantastic – endeavours into deep space propulsion.

www.forbes.com/sites/brucedorminey/2016/02/24/antimatter-space-propulsion-possible-within-a-decade-say-physicists

Feb 24, 2016 ... Dreams of antimatter space propulsion are closer to reality than most rocket scientists could ever imagine, says former Fermilab physicist ...

www.nasa.gov/exploration/home/antimatter_spaceship.html

Apr 14, 2006 ... Some antimatter reactions produce blasts of high energy gamma rays. ... This is desirable because nuclear propulsion reduces travel time to ...

science.howstuffworks.com/antimatter.htm

Antimatter has the ability to store incredible amounts of energy in a very small ... antimatter actually is and how it will be used for an advanced propulsion system.

www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/A/antimatterprop.html

The idea of propelling spacecraft by the annihilation of matter and antimatter is being actively investigated at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Antimatter+Propulsion&v=xNL-8ucNF5E
Sep 19, 2012 ... Antimatter propulsion rockets would be using the propellant thousands of times more powerful than nuclear fuel and billions of times more ...

newatlas.com/beamed-core-antimatter-propulsion/22654

Jun 12, 2012 ... Antimatter propulsion is the Holy Grail of spaceflight. When matter and antimatter react, the energy produced is several billion times larger than ...

www.wired.co.uk/article/ryan-weed-wired-2015

Oct 16, 2015 ... WIRED2015: Ryan Weed is creating an antimatter rocket that could reach ... they don't have a good solution for propulsion," according to Weed.