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I have an idea to lift rockets, at a cheap cost. It's lift rockets with 2 helicopters. But there is a problem: I don't know if a helicopter will operate within a box full of air, because there is no air in outer space. Thus, we must seal one of the helicopters with air inside, i.e., neither exits or enters air, will be completely sealed.The rocket goes under.
In the graph we see an aircraft and two helicopters (2) inside a box each.Each helicopter is a closed system. I.e., that helicopters are not going to move from the wings of the plane, because helicopters are new and invented, impulse of this new aircraft with two (2) helicopter design.Do you believe that a helicopter inside a box to move?It is what I want to find out in this forum. Logic says Yes, but who says Physics: to do the experiment.Thank you very much for listening to me...You can ask questions.Very affectionately,Víctor Espinoza Guédez Elias