Dear readers, while ASPS is looking forward the commercialization of F432 class thrusters in the form of prototypes, Laureti is also improving the Subitam class. The latest variant is the Sub321n4 which is estimated it could, in its current state and given an adequate control system and a power source, reach Mars in 12 days […]Read more "Latest developments on Subitam class thrusters"
Dear readers, It has been a while since the last update, but the work on PNN never stopped. In fact, an European Patent for PNN has been granted. In the opening picture you can see a letter from the patent consulting office who followed and redacted on behalf of ASPS the patent request to European […]Read more "Patent Granted"
Dear readers, on October 31st 2020 I attented the first open-box PNN demonstration. I’m writing this post with the goal of sharing the experimental setup and explain it at my best so that the experiment can be replicated independently and the results can be observed, evaluated and measured. I also have some video footage of […]Read more "Field Self-interaction Electromagnetic Thruster"
Dear readers, since the last post there has been little news about PNN mainly due to a series of simultaneous events that slowed down the research, included some personal matters of Laureti. In the near future however there could be new developments, especially in the quest for financing, but for the moment the only news […]Read more "A quick update on ASPS activities"
On March 5th ASPS held a demonstration of PNN thruster F432 specifically made for a private enterprise. The parts signed an observation protocol written on the basis of ASPS assessment procedure. It’s important to underline that they haven’t signed a collaboration contract for the industrial development of PNN, but they “just” shared a set of […]Read more "F432 Roadshow"
Laureti always stated that the take off of a PNN device is an essential step toward the recognition (and the commercialization) of this technology. If yesterday it was just an idea still far from reality, today this goal is closer than ever. The road is all uphill, however the Little Cart prototype has still […]Read more "Toward a flying prototype"
Dear readers, welcome to the first post of the year. Before we start, a quick public service announcement: the blog now has a shortened address, just neolegesmotus.com, and it’s ads-free. I hope you’ll enjoy these new features 🙂 Now let’s get back to PNN news: Laureti recently released a video about a thrust test on […]Read more "Little Cart test on Kern scale – January 22nd 2019"
Dear readers, Laureti recently released 4 new videos on his webpage that show the experimental setup used to test Little Cart and how the index laser is used to show the movement of the prototype hung on the rocker arm. Here’s the 4 videos with English subtitles: Testing structure: Preparation of the prototype F432 on […]Read more "New videos of Little Cart"
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"