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Typically these are made up of microscale or nanoscale spikes, which repel droplets landing on top, and can even cause tiny droplets to leap off the surface.
Meet the microscale: essentially, a teeny-tiny ruler that’s a must-have for entomologists — researchers who investigate insects.
But Drew realized that for all their faults on the macroscale, ion thrusters could work wonders on the microscale.
MeV [mega electron-volt] proton beams and collide onto microscale B-11 target with a fusion Q (energy ratio) > 20, possibly leading to self-sustained fusion.
The winning shots include images of delicate microscale processes, an amazing vista captured by a research drone and a moment of connection between man and machine.
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