Take a trip on the interplanetary superhighway
Here's how to transport a large space telescope far into space using virtually no fuel.
September 22, 2008
|When most people talk about "hopping a tube," it usually refers to a trip on the London subway system. But to Jet Propulsion Laboratory researcher Martin Lo, tube hopping is about riding the Interplanetary Superhighway, or IPS.|
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