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Plasma Rocket (coke bottle)

The testing of a prototype plasma rocket being developed at MIT that is much smaller than other rockets of its kind and runs on gases that are much less expensive than conventional propellants. This test involved a used coke bottle.

Video: Oleg V. Batishchev

Read the full story at http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2009/plasma-rocket-0224.html

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