Mars. It has long been desirable for robotic vehicles to operate on Mars without requiring heaters during the day as well as at night. Venus. The Rocketstar Cyclo-Therm Drive provides a transmission that could make robotic rovers on Venus a reality. Europa. Beyond earth nowhere in the solar system provide a better candidate for life that Europa. Current technology will have difficulty operating in all the environments that such a probe could encounter. The Moon. With temperatures ranging from -150C to 105C long term lunar exploration of the moon will be difficult for both manned and unmanned missions without technology that can operate over the broad temperatures without the need for heaters or temperature limited operation. Asteroids. Similar to trips to the moon because of a lack of atmosphere, trips to asteroids will face similar extreme temperature hurdles. The temperature on asteroids can vary wildly between the sunlit side and the dark side. Instruments. Frequently even when the environment is relatively benign spacecraft detectors and instruments such as infrared detectors are required to be kept at temperatures close to absolute zero. One example of this would be the mirror focusing actuators on the JWST. Thrust Vectoring. Thrust vectoring is an efficient way of providing space vehicle maneuverability by changing the thrust vector however it can be difficult to implement because the temperature thrusters often operate at. Aerospace. Ultra high performance aircraft as well as commercial spacecraft are ideally suited for the capabilities of Cyclo-Therm. Military. Military applications such as military aerospace, submarines and vehicle thrust vectoring. Petroleum. Robotics actuators for deep well operations. Semiconductors. Robotics and actuator systems that are ultra clean, support high/low temperature operation and vacuum operations. Biomedical Instruments. Robotics and actuator systems that are ultra clean, support high/low temperature operation and vacuum operations. Chemical Production. Actuators for extreme temperatures and corrosive environments Ocean and Earth Sciences. Actuators and robotics for research in extreme environments such as the arctic or thermal vents and volcanoes Consumer Applications. Devices for automation and actuation within home heating systems or home cooking systems, rotisserie drive, vent control, etc. Any commercial application that requires actuators or robotics with the following characteristics will benefit from this new technology: ¬ø Very clean ( no oils or greases) operation ¬ø Operation in extreme temperature environments ¬ø Operation in high vacuum ¬ø Operation in highly corrosive environments ¬ø Lower actuator production costs through the use of lower cost molded parts The uses for this technology are really limited only be the inventiveness of potential users.