Category Archives: NASA

NASA Releases Report on LENR Aircraft Concepts

The news on LENR has been sparse for the past year, but that will likely be changing soon with the impending release of a scientific examination of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat.  Researchers at NASA have continued to take LENR seriously, and … Continue reading

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NASA: A Nuclear Reactor in Your Basement

NASA’s LENR research efforts are in the news once again. Steven Krivit reports that the recent attention was triggered by a story published on PhysOrg. He notes that the story was commissioned by the media relations department at NASA’s Jet … Continue reading

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LENR Gaining Wider Coverage – Part II – Discover Magazine

In the November 2012 issue of Discover Magazine, there is an article entitled Big Idea Bring Back the “Cold Fusion” Dream.  The article very briefly reviews the history of cold fusion research, and notes that NASA and CERN have taken an … Continue reading

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Dennis Bushnell on LENR

Dr. Denis Bushnell of NASA’s Langley Research Center talks advanced technology for space exploration with American Antigravity.  Starting at 8:22 and running for a couple of minutes, he talks about LENR and notes that NASA is spending $200 to $300K … Continue reading

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Boeing Subsonic Ultra Green Aircraft Research (SUGAR)

A paper prepared under contract for NASA by a team from Boeing Research and Technology, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, General Electric, and Georgia Tech, gives LENR serious consideration as a possible power source for an utlra-green aircraft.  The work group considered … Continue reading

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