D3. The properties of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft
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D3. The properties of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft

The differences in the operation of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft, in comparison to the operation of the Magnocraft, cause differences in the properties of both these vehicles. In general, the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft is not able to create an effective vacuum bubble around its surface (see subsection F10.1 /?/). Therefore all properties connected with the existence of the protective vacuum bubble do not apply to this vehicle. For example its flights are accompanied by friction with the atmosphere and by the sound effects produced from such friction (e.g. by a loud bang after passing the sound barrier). Therefore the vehicle's speed in the atmosphere will also be limited by the heat barrier. However, in free space, its speed may still be close to the speed of light. The absence of a vacuum bubble protecting this spacecraft will also make its flights through solid matter impossible (e.g. in rocks). The manoeuvrability of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft will be on the same level as the manoeuvrability of the Magnocraft. But its ionic picture will have quite a different shape and features. During the ascent of this vehicle the picture will contain four very distinctive columns of ionized air, placed around the perimeter of the amplitudinal magnetic whirl that surrounds the spacecraft's shape (e.g. a gable-roofed hut). This hut-shaped whirl will be much less intensive than the four local whirls produced by the propulsors. During the descent of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft, the local whirls from its propulsors can diminish, thus only a resultant hut-shaped whirl may remain visible.
A number of Four-Propulsor Spacecraft are able to couple with one another into several configurations known from the Magnocraft. Two or more of these vehicles can join together forming an equivalent of the cigar-shaped flying complex (shown in Figure F1 “c”) or an equivalent of the spherical flying complex (shown in Figure F1 “b”). Also, the set of flying cigars formed in this way may join further into a higher ranking arrangement, representing an equivalent to the flying system or flying cluster of the Magnocraft (shown in Figures F12 and F13).
The Four-Propulsor Spacecraft may also form configurations with the discoidal Magnocraft. In these configurations the spacecraft clings to the Magnocraft in such a way that the outlets from its four propulsors exactly align with the outlets of the Magnocraft's side propulsors. In order to enable such an alignment, the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft will only be built in such sizes which correspond to the sizes of the Magnocraft (i.e. which allow for the exact alignment of outlets from propulsors of both these vehicles). For this reason, eight separate types of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft will also be distinguished. Their dimensions are provided in Table D1. The subsequent types of this spacecraft are marked as T3, T4, ..., and T10. Each of these types corresponds to an appropriate type of Magnocraft (e.g. type T3 of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft corresponds to type K3 of the Magnocraft, T4 to K4, etc.).

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