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Devices or systems that use their own gravitational fields to counter a planetary gravitational field. The smallest devices, such as those mounted in car-sized vehicles, operate at short range to “push” against other masses, lifting a vehicle a few meters above ground, making them hazardous on steep slopes. Larger devices have fewer limitations, and the very largest serve as drives for starships or open up hyperspace gates and jump points.
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Devices or systems that use their own gravitational fields to counter a planetary gravitational field. The smallest devices, such as those mounted in [[Hovercar|car-sized vehicles]], operate at short range to “push” against other masses, lifting a vehicle a few meters above ground, making them hazardous on steep slopes. Larger devices have fewer limitations, and the very largest serve as [[Gravity Drive|drives for starships]] or open up [[Jumpgate|hyperspace gates]] and[[Jump Point| jump points]].
 
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Latest revision as of 18:24, July 17, 2013

Anti-grav lift

Devices or systems that use their own gravitational fields to counter a planetary gravitational field. The smallest devices, such as those mounted in car-sized vehicles, operate at short range to “push” against other masses, lifting a vehicle a few meters above ground, making them hazardous on steep slopes. Larger devices have fewer limitations, and the very largest serve as drives for starships or open up hyperspace gates and jump points.

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