Lightning Propulsion Rocket Engine: This is a theoritical rocket engine that is based on the principles of cause an effect. Artificial lightning is discharged towards an ionized gas. When the lightning strikes the gas, it propels the craft forward at near the speed of light. The engine is designed to be used in the vacuum of space under zero gravity.
The engine was first theorized by a Christian science fiction writer named Victor Darnell Hadnot in one of his short stories.
Lightning Propulsion Rocket Engine: is used to propel a spacecraft near the speed of light. The engine that is used to move a spacecraft at the speed of light. Any rocket engine that makes use of artificial lightning to propel a spacecraft near the speed of light.
by Dr. Patricia Pystrum January 10, 2010

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