The feasibility of a 27 Day space flight to

Selected SphReI (Sphenome Research Institute) Announcements:

The SHF conjecture shows the theoretical feasibility that a Spheon F-Turbine can generate focused particle (spheon) beams using a form of anti-matter and solid-phase fuel, resulting in relativistic speeds in large spacecraft with added navigation and steering ability. This model represents a meaningful advance in Auvura's quest for interstellar travel at Raeyf (relativistic) speeds.
SphReI first publicly stated the Raeyf standard for relativistic speeds in response to astronaut Ivan Wagner's tweet of an observation of a phenomenon aboard the International Space Station on August 19, 2020. SphReI released a Sphenome Heuristics Framework (SHF) computed theoretical model and postulated that Wagner's observation represented a spacecraft traveling at Raeyf.1 speed at the appearance of the sighting and Raeyf.F1 at its disappearance.
>March 24, 2022, Washington DC: In a private gathering, with the excitement of a remarkable Satellite 2022, Dr. Rahul Chaturvedi, Principal Researcher at Sphenome Research Institute, and CEO of Moolex LLC, shared progress in the multidisciplinary SHF constructs during the last two years: and welcomed space agencies and private industry to participate in deploying pilots to bring the conceptual constructs to physical reality.

August 22, 2021, New York: SphReI conceptualizes the pilot-feasibility of a 27-day space-flight to Mars, after initial framework models commencing in the summer of 2020.

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