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"
Can this scenery be just one year away? Since its online debut ASPS has beckoned a lot of detractors. After the umpteenth provocation, on February 16th 2012 Emidio Laureti decided to place a bet with them: If PNN, from now to 5 years, won’t be able to: transport in a single mission to Mars in less […]Read more "The bet"
Pluto has surprised scientists: its smooth surface reveals geological activity Just a quick post. Yesterday New Horizons probe has reached Pluto after a nine years long journey of 5 billions Kilometers, a distance so gigantic that light takes more than 4 hours to cover it. This is the first close encounter with the planet for a man-made object. […]Read more "Pluto historical encounter"
There are good chances that PNN, besides the amazing potentialities we’ve covered in previous post, can break the ultimate barrier: the speed of light. Will PNN be the key for FTL travels? Let’s discover how it might be possible.. First we must know why, with our current technology, the speed of light (from now on “c”) is far away […]Read more "Breaching the light speed barrier"
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"