I have just came up with the following idea which can, with the proper equipment and technology, be applied in space in order to produce immense acceleration for a specific body/bodies: STEP 1: Number of engined spacecrafts will be placed in one dimension, in equal distances from one to another (for instance: 6 or 8 spacecrafts, creating hexagon or octagon), heading toward the same direction in parallel lanes and at the same velocity. STEP 2: The spacecrafts will be connected with a flat net or a consecutive material which will be considerably very resistable, yet extremely flexible. The thickness and surface should be optimized to best fit the required goal, which will be as follows. STEP 3: This application can be used for two situations I have came up with: (1) A probe/spacecraft/any other optional device sent to space for a particular purpose will be flying directly in the opposite direction of the spread net and the spacecrafts. The body will then hit the net, forcefully enough to create a tremendous elastic force which will, eventually, cause the object to fly in reverse (the same direction as of the net-carriers) and continue its travel with great speed. (2) same course of events can also be applied to prevent an astroid hitting the surface of the earth - changing its path, by stretching the net in space in the right angle by maneuvering the spacecrafts. Of course this can be modified, but the idea is very simple actually. Any comments regarding this are accepted, including corrections, suggestions, modifications et cetera.