F242 on ballistic pendulum. The rigid pole passes through the prototype so it can be moved vertically. Dear readers, F242 thrust has been improved up to 2.56 grams! I would like to share with you the details of this achievement through a direct translation from the original article on ASPS website written by Laureti: As I […]Read more "F242 is now at 2.56 grams of thrust"
Have we found the sail for the sea above our own? Dear readers today news are exciting! I’m reporting an excerpt from the description of PNN prototype Fert242 written by Emidio Laureti. The post is long but I kindly invite you to take your time and read it until the end, because it describes the physical behavior of PNN like […]Read more "F242 – The game changer"
NASA’s concept for a warp drive equipped spaceship, the IXS Enterprise. Unfortunately for the moment it’s just daydreaming. In this post let’s leave ASPS at its researches and have a look at the most famous space agency of the planet: what is it doing for reaching the stars? Well, it’s watching Star Trek… In this famous […]Read more "Meanwhile, at NASA laboratories…"
The TDS VF2 – thrust: 1/32g (2013 specs.) It is time to have a look at the state of the art of E.M engines: TDS VF2 . If you’re new to the blog, for a better comprehension, I invite you to read my last post, where I deepen the working principle of electromagnetic propulsion. [Important: please read the note […]Read more "ASPS’s Electromagnetic engine TDS VF2"
In this post I would like to discuss another concept of electromagnetic propulsion: a patent application  for an engine that, as we’ll see, is closer to PNN-E than EmDrive. The name on the patent is Harold Ellis Ensle. There is no information about him on the web, so I suppose he’s a private inventor. Fig 1. Ensle’s Engine […]Read more "The Harold Ensle’s Engine"
The EmDrive At this point, after all my previous posts, I wouldn’t be surprised if some readers were wondering whether PNN really exists or it’s rather one of the many scams in the scientific world. The easiest way to convince everyone would be, of course, a public demonstration with the participation of scientific community that can validate ASPS‘s claims. […]Read more "PNN and EmDrive: what lies beneath?"
Now that we know the potentialities of PNN-E let’s make a jump in the future and have a look at a PNN spaceship. During the days of SC23/a, ASPS released a sketch of their idea of starship: This is the translation from Italian of all its components: Nuclear reactor Shield Power adapter Power converter Primary radiator […]Read more "Sailing across the solar system"