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Colonizing Space with Fusion Propulsion

Megan Beets of the LaRouchePAC science team interviews Mike Paluszek, President of Princeton Satellite Systems, on his company’s design for a fusion-driven rocket. Far more advanced than other forms of propulsion, a fusion rocket would open up the solar system … Continue reading

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Part X: A Fusion Driver Crash Program: Upshifting the Human Species

Discovering LaRouche’s Method: A New York Class Series on Economics By exerting full control over the atomic nucleus, mankind will move beyond mere chemical and physical recombination of the elements, to the fine-tuned creation of elements, and the associated energies … Continue reading

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Lunar Industrialization and Settlement

With the inauguration of the Trump administration (and the departure of Obama), the U.S. space program is faced with the opportunity to return to the Moon, reversing the decades of take down of the manned space program. Here, we present … Continue reading

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The Road of Infinite Progress: Revive a Crash Program for Fusion Power

DOWNLOAD PDF by Megan Beets This is article is an introduction to a coming series of weekly articles by the LaRouchePAC Science Research Team regarding the critical role of fusion power, space exploration, and the creative powers of the human … Continue reading

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No Mars ‘End Run’ for America — Back to Space Greatness

German-American space pioneer Krafft Ehricke (left) discusses a satellite model for human habitation, July 22, 1958, prior to the first human flight into space.   DOWNLOAD PDF When the future plans and missions of the United States in space come … Continue reading

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No Time to Wait: Pass Glass-Steagall and Go to the Moon (including transcript)

    Two and a half weeks after the election of Donald Trump, the situation is ripe to reshape U.S. policy. Why wait for the news of the latest cabinet appointments, when we could push Glass-Steagall through during this session … Continue reading

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China Will Host a Congress of International Astronauts and Cosmonauts

For the first time, China will host the annual international Planetary Congress of the Association of Space Explorers. The 396 members of the Association are astronauts and cosmonauts, from 35 nations, who have flown in space, which is the requirement … Continue reading

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