Association for Space Propulsion Development
We accept collaborations and help that allow us to shorten the times of the following exploration and colonization program for both Moon and Mars.
The PNN propulsion allows the spaceship to leave whole and return whole with a full load of minerals unlike Artemis 1 which only 0.3% of the spaceship made a single lap around the Moon while 99.7% of the dustbin (vector rocket) was lost.
Here is the timeline of PNN colonization program for the Moon and Mars:
Phase 1 : Deliver a PNN probe into Earth orbit with take-off from the ground and remotely controlled for C2 dynamics: Command and Control of the PNN and in particular for tests on thrust, braking and attitude timing
Phase 2: Construction of a real manned spaceship to the Moon and Mars that allows the identification of the most suitable places to set permanent bases
Let believers in rockets continue in their ridiculous and illusory enterprises which for over half a century (Apollo 11) have been manifestly unable to even colonize the Moon, but instead they only produce film projects and media publicity of what they should do and are not realistically capable to do …. In addition to super fireworks (April 2023) of large dustbins like Starship passed off as successes.
ESSENTIAL NOTE: Those who really collaborate on this project will be able to experimentally see in ASPS Labs that we are not charlatans or rather that the basic elements for realizing it do actually work: PNN thrust and PNN dynamo as an electric generator. The large aerospace organizations that we have approached in the past have lost all the features that could help PNN so they are no longer needed. No one will prevent them from setting up bases on the Moon and Mars with the magnificent means at their disposal: rockets.
…and may the best win
The PNN F432 prototype on ballistic pendulum shown for the first time in public at a Road Show on October 31, 2020
F432 is powered by an external UHF amplifier connected to a landline. It is possible to see a video clip of the prototype in motion at www.asps.it/PNN488.mp4 , where the reactionless thrust is demonstrated by a pointer (on the basis of the prototype) illuminated by a laser which moves when the prototype is electrically powered by the amplifier.
F432 prototype (in dark box) in compact structure with lithium battery power supply and with amplifier and preamplifier in the tail. Everything is operated through a remote control on a special structure (not shown in the figure) which includes the Kern electronic scale.
ASPS can demonstrate experimentally that the PNN surpasses all ion thrusters without expelling mass and that if powered in circumterrestrial orbit with electricity supplied by solar panels, it is practically eternal and therefore can move all satellites and other types of payloads ad libitum
Zero Point Energy Dynamo : energy from zero point
A collateral product to the PNN but built with the same principles is the ZPED or Zero Point Energy Dynamo. The PNN will thus be totally non-polluting and eco-sustainable.
The ZPED is on sale in our E-Shop.
Thrust graph of PNN thrusters with the same power used. The violation of the principle of action-reaction also implies the change of the other 2 laws of Newtonian dynamics. Those who are incredulous will only be convinced by witnessing the PNN experimental tests. The foundations of its physics are experimental and not theoretical
Example of F432BA piloting to overrun ion propulsion:
Start at 250 watts in UHF up to 1.3 grams of thrust after about 130 seconds and maintaining a compensatory thrust increase with pulses at only 60 watts up to 1 kg of thrust with the additional use of solar panels.
It is under development a thruster that can be used in Lunar, Martian and Earth orbit with 4 F432BA units joined in a star configuration with 2 degrees of freedom for each unit to ensure complete control and maneuverability with remote piloting.
A nuclear power source would be ideal but at least orbital efficiency around Earth, Moon or Mars can be ensured by enhancing the lithium batteries and by enhancing solar panels. It can also potentially take off from the ground (details for sale) and then land on the Moon and return to Earth.
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