antimatter-powered spacecraft will appear



Jason Hay : analyst
In 2010, particles of antimatter were trapped for the first time at CERN in Geneva. Using this propulsion system, it is expected that a trip to Jupiter can be achieved in just four months, using 1.16 grams of anti-protons. By the 2080s, it is expected that a number of manned missions will be conducted.


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