Tag Archives: vacuum

Casimir Effect

This entry is going to be on a fascinating quantum physics effect, that until recently was just theory. There’s some intense physics going on here, but I’m going to do my best to keep you guys along (I’m not all … Continue reading

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Propulsion through a Vacuum!

Hi science junkies! I’m geared up and ready for the AAS conference in Seattle, which means that before I leave, I finally have time to field a request made a while ago by my friend Maria—she asked me how rockets … Continue reading

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