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- The Bussard ramjet is a theoretical method of spacecraft propulsion proposed in 1960 by the physicist Robert W. Bussard, po****rized by Poul Anderson's...
- Bussard may refer to: Joe Bussard (born 1936), American collector of 78-rpm records Ray Bussard (1928–2010), swimming coach Robert W. Bussard (1928–2007)...
- were named Bussard after the buteo (German: Bussard): SMS Bussard (cruiser): 1,650 ton Bussard-cl**** light cruiser, launched 1890 Bussard (S25): Seeadler-cl****...
- Joe Bussard (born Joseph E. Bussard, Jr., July 11, 1936 in Frederick, Maryland, United States) is an American collector of 78-rpm records. Bussard was...
- Robert W. Bussard (August 11, 1928 – October 6, 2007) was an American physicist who worked primarily in nuclear fusion energy research. He was the recipient...
- Ray Bussard (August 12, 1928 in Hot Springs, VA, USA – September 22, 2010 in Knoxville, TN) was a hall-of-fame and Olympic swimming coach from the United...
- the 1960s and 2019. The concept was taken further by physicist Robert Bussard. His company, EMC2, Inc., developed prototypical devices for the U.S. Navy...
- cambridge.org. Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Bussard 1987, p. 677. Bussard 1987, p. 676. Bussard 1987, p. 683. Denning 2010, p. 87. Marx, Karl; Engels...
- the solar system from Alpha Centauri in a large spacecraft driven by a Bussard ramjet. Their intent is conquest of the planet Earth. The alien Fithp resemble...
- SMS Bussard ("His Majesty's Ship Bussard—Buzzard") was an unprotected cruiser of the Imperial German Navy, built in the 1880s. She was the lead ship of...
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