The Advanced Propulsion Physics Laboratory at NASA's Johnson Space Center, also known as "Eagleworks Laboratories", is a small research group investigating a variety of theories regarding new forms of spacecraft propulsion. Their principal investigator is Dr. Harold G. White. The group's research includes development of the White–Juday warp-field interferometer for observing small disturbances of spacetime, and testing small prototypes such as RF resonant cavity thrusters and quantum vacuum plasma thrusters. See also
Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program Lockheed Skunk Works, advanced projects division Boeing Phantom Works, advanced projects division
^ "Evaluating NASA's Futuristic EM Drive". 29 April 2015. ^ "Eagleworks Laboratories: Advanced Propulsion Physics Research". NASA.
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