Very interesting astronomical news: on August 25th the scientific magazine Nature reported that a rocky planet, with a mass similar to our Earth, has been observed orbiting around our cosmic neighbor, the ternary system of Alpha Centauri. This star system is composed of the stars Alpha Centauri a and b, very close to each other, plus a third small companion called Proxima Centauri […]Read more "Astronomers discover the nearest exoplanet"
Dear readers, I sadly inform you that PNN testing lab was almost above the epicenter of the earthquake (6.0 magnitude) that hit central Italy on August 24th. I’ve sent an email to ASPS but no replies by Laureti so far. I don’t know neither if ASPS members are safe nor if the lab is still usable […]Read more "Earthquake"
Dear readers, it has been a while since my last post because I’ve been a bit busy lately but today I would like to resume the blog activity with a rapid update directly from ASPS. Unfortunately there have been some technical problems with F242 thruster or, to be more specific, in the connection with the ballistic pendulum. On […]Read more "Unexpected malfunction"
This post is the conclusion of the brief history of ASPS written by Laureti for NASA spaceflight forum. Here he clarifies the Association point of view regarding the existence of the Displacement current. E.Laureti: With a few other physicists I’m fighting for years a battle about the nonexistence of the displacement current. Nonexistence in which many […]Read more "ASPS position on Displacement current"
Dear readers, In this post I report the history of ASPS and PNN, written by Laureti as a presentation for PNN at NASA spaceflight forum. I think it represents a valuable addition to the blog in the PNN history category. E.Laureti: ASPS was founded on June 29th 1979 by myself and an engineer. In our statute […]Read more "Brief history of ASPS by E.Laureti"
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"