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Advanced Space Propulsion Investigation Committee

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 [2] instead of the conventional rocket for the use of space missions to the near-by 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,[3] and the terrestrial magnetism. The research report was published by the Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences in March 1996.[4]

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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. ^ a b 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. ^ Forward, Robert.L (1963). "Guidelines to Antigravity". American Journal of Physics 31 (3): 166–1707. Bibcode:1963AmJPh..31..166F. doi:10.1119/1.1969340. 
  4. ^ ASPIC (1996). "Report of Advanced Space Propulsion Investigation Committee (in Japanese)". Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences (JSASS). 


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