Superconducting Magnets Could Block Space Radiation

Astronauts on deep-space missions may one day deploy protective magnetic fields similar to those that shelter us from deadly space radiation on Earth, just as they will carry the necessary food and atmosphere. NASA and its industrial and academic partners are studying ways to use superconducting...

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