Mechanics / Electrodynamics
Ritz's ballistic theory (BTR), OPERA, Bertozzi, Luckley-Weil experiment, experiment of Fox, experiment of Sadeh, Alvager experiment, experiment of Aleksandrov, synchrotron radiation, Ritz effect, Compton, cosmic rays, Tsiolkovsky's formula
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
In the XX century, it seemed that humanity was about to master all the planets of the solar system and open the era of interstellar travel. But decades passed, and people not only did not establish colonies on Mars, the moons of Jupiter and other planets, but did not go further than the Moon. And we have visited the Moon only a few times in the last century. To really break out into space, we need a new type of spacecraft - more economical, fast, simple and reusable. Such ships can only be realized within the framework of Ritz's ballistic theory (BTR), which, allowing for superluminal particle velocities, became the same herald of revolutionary ideas like the battleship Ochakov and the cruiser Aurora. Indeed, to reach the stars, ships must be at least superluminal, and even better - hyperluminal, that is, fly at speeds orders of magnitude higher than the speed of light.