NASA asked the universities to design experiments that can only be studies in space. Unfortunately Tasha9503 is not yet affiliated with any University but we have an experiment we need studied.
So I am calling out to all Universities, looking for one who would be interested in studying solar plasma. Please contact Trevor at email@example.com for unlisted details of the experiment.
Tasha9503 wants to collect some plasma but the University can keep it, Tasha9503 just wants to be sure we can manipulate it as we plan to.
The experiment will include building three small incomplete versions of the spaceship tasha9503 has designed, sending them up to space, and releasing them into the clouds of plasma. The only part of the spaceship we need for these experiments is the PlasmaCore and the first floor and ceiling magnetic wiring.
The hardware will resemble the spaceship and is to see how much thrust we can produce and what the plasma becomes when cooled.
We have three versions of the experiment with three pieces of hard ware.
Experiment One, has both ends of the Hollow Bar Magnet (PlasmaCore) opened, allowing the plasma to be collected and the gas it forms to dissipate. Then we experiment by expelling the collected plasma, trying to produce thrust and calculating the amount of thrust produced.
Experiment Two, has both ends of the Hollow Bar Magnet (PlasmaCore) covered but open able with a semi permeable membrane, allowing the plasma to enter but the gas to be retained. Again we want to expel the plasma to calculate the produced thrust. But this time we want to study the gas the collected plasma becomes when it cools as well. How much thrust is produced when allowing the gas to escape through one end?
We must know if the insulation protects the Hardware. We must know the temperature of the gas. We must know if the semi permeable cover allows plasma to pass but not the gas.
We want to study the gas. And some universities are prepared for that.
Experiment Three, has both ends of the Hollow Bar Magnet covered. This experiment is the same as the second but the hardware will be made out of different materials. We want to study the affect aluminium has when magnetically collecting solar plasma in the PlasmaCore.
Further experiments can be performed with the same hardware. We want to attempt to manipulate the plasma by introducing different elements in the center of the Hollow Bar Magnet prior to collecting the plasma.
Does the introduced element absorb some of the heat from the Plasma and melt, steam or become plasma? Does the plasma attach itself to the elements and mimic it, there by becoming organized like the element and becoming the element. Is the plasma pre organized and always re become what it was when it was last a solid?
We want an interested university to contacts us about these space experiments so can share more detail as to how to build the hardware, the soft ware and other details unlisted here.