Advanced Space Propulsion Investigation Committee

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Advanced Space Propulsion Investigation Committee (ASPIC) was a research group of specialists, including Y.Minami,[1] and T.Musha,[2] which was organized under the Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences in 1994. The purpose of which was to study all kinds of non-chemical space propulsion systems [3] instead of the conventional rocket for the use of space missions to the nearby Earth, the Moon, and the outer solar system, including plasma propulsion, laser propulsion, nuclear propulsion, solar sail and field propulsion systems which utilize a strain on space, zero-point energy in a vacuum, electro-gravitic effect, non-Newtonian gravitic effect predicted from the Einstein Theory of Gravity,[4] and the terrestrial magnetism. The research report was published by the Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences in March 1996.[5]

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  1. ^ Minami, Yoshinari (2003). "An Introduction to Concepts of Field Propulsion". Journal of the British Interplanetary Society. 56: 350–359. Bibcode:2003JBIS...56..350M. 
  2. ^ Musha, Takaaki (2008). "Explanation of Dynamical Biefeld-Brown Effect from the Standpoint of ZPF Field". Journal of the British Interplanetary Society. 61: 379–384. Bibcode:2008JBIS...61..379M. 
  3. ^ Musha, Takaaki (2006). "A study on the possibility of high performance computation using quantum tunnelling photons". International Journal of Simulation and Process Modeling. 2 (1–2): 63. doi:10.1504/IJSPM.2006.009013. 
  4. ^ Forward, Robert.L (1963). "Guidelines to Antigravity". American Journal of Physics. 31 (3): 166–1707. Bibcode:1963AmJPh..31..166F. doi:10.1119/1.1969340. 
  5. ^ ASPIC (1996). "Report of Advanced Space Propulsion Investigation Committee". Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences (in Japanese).