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Early Speculation

In 2003, a French aeronautical engineer and MHD specialist, Jean-Pierre Petit, stated in his book a different explanation about how MHD is used in this project. His study was based on a paper published in January 2001 in the French magazine Air et Cosmos by Alexandre Szamès and in the same month from information gathered in a small convention about advanced propulsion in Brighton, England. He talks about the parietal MHD converter which he tells is possibly what Aurora is more likely to use. He also claims that the Hall effect induced by the parietal MHD converter is what generates the plasma in front of the plane. The plasma creates a cocoon which will give stealthiness.

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