Yearly Archives: 2021

  • WooHoo!! A New Year!

    A new year. We have orbited the sun again and now it is time to change the numbers; 2021 becomes 2022. The past year is memorialized in blogs and posts and newscasts and photos and Instagram, portraying images and stories considered important during the past 365 days. Perhaps you have always practiced a turning-of-the-year tradition, …

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  • ENDEAVOR

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  • The Enzmann Chronicles: Bringing Starship Culture to the Modern Day

    To read every issue of the Enzmann Chronicles online, become a member. You will also have access to ENDEAVOR and The Archive Blog! Remember to sign up for our free monthly newsletter!

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  • FREA Publications – A Brief Overview

    ENDEAVOR ENDEAVOR is our flagship publication. Within it, we provide information about Dr. and Mrs. Enzmann for anyone who wants to learn more about these two extraordinary individuals. From our first issue in 2019 to our most recent issue, ENDEAVOR provides articles, research, and original writing to help you understand the near-century of important work …

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  • A Brief History of Dr. Enzmann’s Career

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  • Pluto’s Potential

    1 – A year on Pluto adds up to 248 Earth years. A day, meanwhile, lasts 153 hours, or approximately 6 Earth days. 2 – Pluto’s thin atmosphere is made up of nitrogen, methane, and carbon monoxide. There is a blue tint to the atmosphere and several distinct layers of haze. 3 – The surface …

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  • Interstellar Calculations Article Mention

    In a 32-page document, Kelvin F. Long, BEng, MSc, FBIS, CPhys, and Director of the Interstellar Research Centre Initiative for Interstellar Studies called out the Enzmann Starship as a possible option for a slower starship, compared to the vessel proposed by Long’s work. Long examined three possibilities of the Enzmann Starship: the Enzmann Slow Boat, …

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  • Rare Appearance of Doc E in the Media

    PART 1: Wilmington – A two-day conference on planetology and space mission planning will be held Nov. 3 and 4 in New York, under the auspices of the New York Academy of Sciences. Representatives from many foreign countries are expected to be in attendance along with leading US scientists. According to Dr. Robert D. Enzmann, …

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