Antimatter and Fusion Drives Could Power Future Spaceships 
The raw materials for high-energy reactions are difficult and expensive to make, but production may be feasible in 50 years.
Nuclear fusion reactions sparked by beams of antimatter could be propelling ultra-fast spaceships on long journeys before the end of the century, researchers say.
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Antimatter and Fusion Drives Could Power Future Spaceships

The raw materials for high-energy reactions are difficult and expensive to make, but production may be feasible in 50 years.

Nuclear fusion reactions sparked by beams of antimatter could be propelling ultra-fast spaceships on long journeys before the end of the century, researchers say.

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