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Author Topic: Put in orbit a nanosatellite for 2.000 $  (Read 232 times)

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Re: Put in orbit a nanosatellite for 2.000 $
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2018, 06:24:24 AM »
2$ satellite sounds like fun. How to build the critical compound part that the laser hits?

Is your device related to this patent? https://patents.google.com/patent/US5252176A/en
Patent says "The amplification factor is typically 184,000 times the power input." but also says "The control power must be approximately 24 times the input power. " which doesn't sound efficient?



 

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