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Nuclear Engine Developed in Russia Might be Prohibited
8.07.2016 19:42
Nuclear Engine Developed in Russia Might be Prohibited

The project which can be completed by 2025 has been negatively apprehended by foreign leaders.

Recently the world community has learned that scientists from Russia are conducting active development of the nuclear electropropulsion system. Representatives of the USA, Great Britain, France, Japan, Italy, Australia, Spain and some other countries expressed their concerns in the UN and requested to reconsider laws regarding the use of nuclear engines in the outer space. The countries are trying to forbid operation of the Russian developments.

      Experts assume that this protest might e related to the fact that nobody is engaged in similar projects except Russia. Thus if the engine is made, lots of states will have to buy it from Moscow.






Author: Vera Ivanova


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