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Two years later, in 2018, researchers in Germany built their own EmDrive, with the goal of testing innovative propulsion concepts and determining whether their seeming success is real.
The group, led by Martin Tajmar of the Technische University Dresden, tested the drive in a vacuum chamber with a variety of sensors and automated gizmos attached.
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Researchers could control for vibrations, thermal fluctuations, resonances, and other potential sources of thrust, but they were not quite able to shield the device against the...
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