Dear readers, a short but interesting post. Over the last months ASPS carried on further experimental tests to confirm the violation of Newton III by their flagship prototype nicknamed Little Cart. Laureti is at this point confident that his thruster not only violates the third principle of dynamics but it also shows another astonishing effect: the […]Read more "Some updates about Little Cart tests"
Dear readers, I’m happy to give you two big news about PNN! The first one is that on September 23rd Laureti had a meeting with their historical financier and a collaborator of his. During the meeting they decided to patent PNN and at the same time to find economic support from a third-party financier whose […]Read more "Mass decrease confirmed with F432 tests"
Dear readers ,today I’m going to share Laureti’s method to calculate the thrust from a PNN dipole. This post contains the translation of this Laureti’s article on ASPS webpage. More information about the dipole setup can be found here on Neo Leges Motus. I refer you to that post to read about ASPS early method […]Read more "Thrust calculation in a half wave dipole"
Dear readers, I gladly report Laureti’s account about the experiments with their Little Cart, from Nasa Spaceflight forum. I anticipate you that apparently the tests went well, indeed the prototype clearly showed the previously detected peculiarities of electromagnetic propulsion; in particular, thrust overlapping is confirmed, which leads to a non-linear inertia. This is an important […]Read more "The Little Cart is beyond the expectations"
Dear readers, ASPS has released on its homepage an update about the status of “Little Cart” project. I summarize the goal of the project for those who haven’t followed the whole story: on September 2017 the Association released its latest PNN thruster prototype named F432, which can produce a thrust of 250mg at an input […]Read more "ASPS “Little Cart” is taking shape"
Dear readers, This new year starts with interesting news. The work on the PNN spaceship is proceeding at slow pace on request of Laureti himself because he has some personal commitments to attend to, however if everything goes well the construction has been postponed to next February so the waiting is not too long. Meanwhile […]Read more "To Mars and back- hypothesis for a PNN spacecraft"
Dear readers, Laureti recently shared on ASPS webpage some details about F432 experimental setup and the incredible physics behind electromagnetic propulsion. He is now quite confident, after numerous experiments, that Newtonian mechanics can’t be applied to PNN thrust. This could mean (while we keep our feet on the ground waiting for resolutive in-space tests) that […]Read more "More experimental evidences for PNN inertia"
Dear readers, as promised here’s the second part of ASPS activity update. The great news is that after F449 the Association has created what seems to be the lucky thruster who’ll make it into space! The prototype name is F432 and it has the following specs: Input power: 250W Thrust: 250 mg ( measured at less […]Read more "F432: the space is getting closer – an update about ASPS prototypes part II"
Dear readers, today I’ve got interesting news about ASPS work. First of all, the Association has found external collaborators with whom it has worked on its latest official prototype, F242, to make it more suitable for testing in vacuum chambers and, of course, for space flight. Substantially, modifications have been made to make the thruster […]Read more "An update about ASPS prototypes part I – F449"
Dear readers, in this post I’d like to share with you ASPS official method to achieve propellantless propulsion. The procedure I’m going to describe has been used in early ASPS prototypes (SC23) and it has been recently posted on NasaSpaceFlight forum by Laureti himself. After 2005 the Association discovered a more efficient way to produce thrust and they […]Read more "How to violate Newton’s Third – ASPS early method"