yes, nasa has a plan for that.
watch how spinlaunch flings payloads into space.
by rick richardson
technology this week
every satellite put into orbit in the history of spaceflight has relied on rockets. now a company called spinlaunch is celebrating the first successful test launch for its kinetic launch system, a method that instead uses a massive accelerator, larger than the statue of liberty and powered by an electric centrifuge, that flings a payload into space like a discus.
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nasa has noticed, and is climbing on board with a testing program,