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Propulsion modules have been adapted to coupecope in earth's atmosphere. However what are some of the differences that would have to be taken into account if one was ever to fly in a thicker or thinner atmosphere. Would you need the same amount of energy? bigger engines? longer propellers (in case of a helicopter). etc..

Propulsion modules have been adapted to coupe in earth's atmosphere. However what are some of the differences that would have to be taken into account if one was ever to fly in a thicker or thinner atmosphere. Would you need the same amount of energy? bigger engines? longer propellers (in case of a helicopter). etc..

Propulsion modules have been adapted to cope in earth's atmosphere. However what are some of the differences that would have to be taken into account if one was ever to fly in a thicker or thinner atmosphere. Would you need the same amount of energy? bigger engines? longer propellers (in case of a helicopter). etc..

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What differences from conventional aerodynamics would result from a thinner atmosphere?

Propulsion modules have been adapted to coupe in earth's atmosphere. However what are some of the differences that would have to be taken into account if one was ever to fly in a thicker or thinner atmosphere. Would you need the same amount of energy? bigger engines? longer propellers (in case of a helicopter). etc..