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Project Orion: The Starship Propelled by Nuclear Bombs

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One of the most outrageous, seemingly impossible things I could tell you that is nevertheless true is “The United States has had the technology needed for interstellar flight since the mid 1970s.” That can’t be true, surely? Why then aren’t there starships on their way to exoplanets as we speak? As usual, the devil is in the details.

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