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||{{attachment:LaunchLoop400.png}}||The Launch Loop is an earth to high orbit launch system, based on momentum and energy storage in a long (5200km diameter) and narrow (3 cm) hypervelocity iron rotor.<<BR>>Here is the 20 year old
[[launchloop paper (266K)|{{attachment:launchloop.pdf}}]]
<<BR>>Here is a partial writeup describing [[very long tapered cables (29K) attachment:taper.pdf]]. I'll finish it when I get some time.
<<BR>>Here is a list of [[things to do||ThingsToDo]].
<<BR>>Here are the launch loop slides for the ISDC2002 conference: [[attachment:isdc2002loop.pdf(2025K)]]
<<BR>>Here are the slides for the launch energy paper I gave at [[ISDC2002 (233K) attachment:isdc2002energy.pdf(233K)]]
<<BR>>For more information, email to keithl AT kl-ic DOT com ||
||{{attachment:LaunchLoop400.png}}|| '''The Launch Loop''' is an earth to high orbit launch system, based on momentum and energy storage in a long (5200km diameter) and narrow (3 cm) hypervelocity iron rotor. The Launch Loop is powered and deployed from the ground, protected from space debris by the upper atmosphere, can launch thousands of tons per day to high orbit, and can be built with existing engineering materials for a few gigadollars (mostly for the electric power plant that drives it)<<BR>><<BR>> For more information, email to keithl AT kl-ic DOT com||

Here is the 20 year old [[attachment:launchloop.pdf|launchloop paper (266K)]]

Here is a partial writeup describing [[attachment:taper.pdf|very long tapered cables (29K)]]. I'll finish it when I get some time.

Here is a list of [[things to do||ThingsToDo]].

Here are the [[attachment:isdc2002loop.pdf|launch loop slides]] for the ISDC2002 conference (2025K).

Here are the slides for the [[attachment:isdc2002energy.pdf|launch energy paper]] from ISDC2002 (233K).

LaunchLoop400.png

The Launch Loop is an earth to high orbit launch system, based on momentum and energy storage in a long (5200km diameter) and narrow (3 cm) hypervelocity iron rotor. The Launch Loop is powered and deployed from the ground, protected from space debris by the upper atmosphere, can launch thousands of tons per day to high orbit, and can be built with existing engineering materials for a few gigadollars (mostly for the electric power plant that drives it)

For more information, email to keithl AT kl-ic DOT com

Here is the 20 year old launchloop paper (266K)

Here is a partial writeup describing very long tapered cables (29K). I'll finish it when I get some time.

Here is a list of things to do.

Here are the launch loop slides for the ISDC2002 conference (2025K).

Here are the slides for the launch energy paper from ISDC2002 (233K).


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LaunchLoop (last edited 2019-04-25 23:12:58 by KeithLofstrom)