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September 29th, 2006

Space Elevator: Hoist to the Heavens

Abstract:
Admittedly, at least for now, the idea of a beanstalk-like space elevator connecting Earth and space is a stretch. But next month’s X Prize Cup will host the Space Elevator Games, an unprecedented challenge for today’s engineers looking at ways to alter the future of access to space.

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