Saturday, May 27, 2017

Space1 Thermionic Penetrator

Illustration shows a semi-charred thermionic planet and one Thermionic Penetrator in orbit. In the foreground, a thermionic space station remains in a higher orbit to supply and re-station the thermionic craft after its mission is completed.

A thermionic solar system where wild thermionics have engulfed a planet and its moon. Space
tourism to thermionic systems is extremely exciting where active and spectacular blazing
colorful visions of widely explosive vortexes and extreme eddies are constantly erupting and
Take a wild ride in the Thermionic Penetrator to new worlds unatainable by conventional space travel!

Humanoido has invented the Thermionic Penetrator for Space1, a craft designed to break through the intense thermionic emission barriers that exist on planets orbiting very close to their stars. The Thermionic Penetrator can function within a realm of intense heat, hot enough to melt metal. The star craft is composed of active layered nano-technology shielding designed to withstand intense thermal radiation for sustained periods of time.

Twenty to fifty years of additional testing and development are a prerequisite to the project. First tests will likely be in the vicinity of Venus and Mercury, two extremely hot planets orbiting close to their sun. The average temperature on Venus is 864 degrees F. and Mercury is 800 degrees. The melting point of lead is 621.5 deg.

It's currently thought that spinoff technology from the Mark 1 Thermionic Penetrator would lead to a super craft that could venture deep into a sun's photosphere where the travel experience would be wildly fantastic with a myriad of changing colorful photonic oceans of waves, swirls and eddies. The craft, as a Photospheric or Photonic Penetrator, could serve space tourism with fantastic missions to the sun.

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