>>9684311>Bussard Ramjets aren't actually practical. They have to be unfeasible large.
Also the density of interstellar hydrogen is lower than the assumption made back when the concept was first proposed, I know.>Why don't you calculate what size of rocket you would need to accelerate constantly at 10 G for 35 days?
True, you'd still need a shitload of individual "devices" even if you didn't go with a singular rocket.>Solar sails produce minuscule amounts of thrust. They won't be accelerating a spacecraft at 1 G.
I didn't mean you complete the whole journey with one.
Conventional rocket into orbit.
Then you would need some form of massive propulsion, perhaps slingshot it around Sol, or a planet and then you activate the solar/magnetic sail.
Although, I'm not sure if that would be enough to maintain C after X amount of light-years.