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Img.513 from Propulsion (#J4.3b)

Abb.513 (#J4.3b) Here is the principle of designing the "star-shaped spaceship" type G3 (i.e. equivalent to discoidal manned Magnocraft of the smallest type K3), illustrated on "Fig. B3" from my English monograph [1e]. Its shape and arrangement of individual propulsors are defined by the geometry of the star illustrated in this drawing, formed by fusing together two squares rotated relative to each other by 45 degrees. This starship (type G3) has the following "pulsatory propulsors": "M" - one main propulsor, "S" - 8 side propulsors, and "B" - 8 rotary propulsors. The so-called "black bars" formed by the magnetic field that connects the outlets of individual propulsors in stationary modes of their work, create beautiful and intriguing the viewer structures, clearly visible to human eyes. One of such intriguing structures, formed in twice larger type "G4" of this starship, is illustrated above in the photograph from Img.512 (#J4.3a).

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