Kepler Aerospace: Future-Proofing the World with Game-Changing Technologies

Brent Nelson, CEO A truly innovative technology is one that is ahead of its time. It must be able to question the status quo, reshape the future, and most importantly, solve the challenges of today and tomorrow. With this doctrine as the driving force behind its operations, Kepler Aerospace is upgrading and reengineering proven aviation technologies to transform aerospace applications in the defense and military sectors.

Kepler Aerospace is vetting various successful experiments in electromagnetic (EM) field propulsion, plasma-based propulsion, super-conducting gravity modification devices, fusion reactors, and gravity wave technology development to make way for effective satellite delivery methods and breakthroughs in aerospace transportation. “We are developing a range of ground breaking technologies that can be extremely beneficial for strengthening national security and saving the planet,” says Brent Nelson, CEO of Kepler Aerospace.

Kepler’s innovation is rooted in the idea of harnessing the power of technology to manipulate gravitational fields. The idea has been postulated by the Gravity-Electro-Magnetism (GEM)™ theory which unifies the four forces of nature. The two long-range forces, Gravity and Electro-Magnetism, are first unified, followed by the unification of short-range weak and strong forces. By unraveling these principles of GEM, Kepler has officially blurred the line between science and fiction. Nelson, the man behind Kepler Aerospace, is no stranger to innovation.

Over the years, he has racked up records developing disruptive technologies, including the first digital media player, which was sold to Microsoft and became Windows Media Player. With Kepler and GEM, he plans to usher in a new era of propulsion technology essential for upgrading military and defense aircraft.

Powering the Future with Fusion

Kepler has built a compact and portable fusion reactor named the Kepler Texatron™—a fast pulsed Torsatron (donut-shaped, twisted coils) used to confine plasmas like Tokamak or Stellarator. In a novel approach to atomic fusion—as demonstrated in several proof-of-principle experiments—resistive heating and converging shock waves are used to rapidly bring the plasmas to the necessary temperature.

Kepler’s Texatron™ has the potential to be a fuel-efficient, compact, portable, simple, and high-intensity fusion reactor, capable of burning any two of three isotopes in a reaction without producing radiation.

Over the next 12 to 24 months, Kepler plans to launch the commercial prototype of their Texatron fusion power plant. The plant is designed to be a standalone unit that will easily fit in the back of a pickup truck while producing at between 10 and 30 megawatts of usable power. It can operate for a year on only a soda bottle’s worth of fuel. The Texatron™ is currently being evaluated by NASA and other governmental organizations for several use cases, including its ability to power both the Lunar and Martian Bases.

The Texatron™ would be at the heart of the Kepler Drive™, a propellant less drive system based on GEM. It derives power from a high voltage coil and can support more weight than a typical ionocraft made of lightweight materials. The Kepler Drive™ technology can modify the gravity around it and create several thousand pounds of lift with just one unit.
Kepler believes that this technology will create a paradigm shift in the terrestrial and interstellar transportation space, and has been working with DARPA to develop it.

Electromagnetic Thrust to Propel us from Fossil Fuel Reliance

Kepler is also taking a giant leap in space propulsion with its microwave electrothermal thruster (MET). Until now, almost all propulsion systems for space exploration have been limited by their range and power. Kepler’s MET Thruster uses microwave energy to create thrust. The MET thruster technology demonstrates an evolution in space propulsion. The project was started by Dr. John Brandenburg, a plasma physicist who worked on the MET experiment performed for NASA in the early 90s. With improved materials and mature technology, the thruster is a game changer in the aerospace world.


We are also working closely with a company to develop a space plane to go anywhere around the planet in about ninety minutes to two hours, and we hope they will complete developing its engine over the next year and a half

Using water as one of its fuel sources, the MET provides the possibility of vastly extending the range of space travel. The water vapor propellant MET Thruster can operate at a low cost by using high-power microwave generations. This thruster has vast potential for space transportation, given the high-efficiency of microwave sources (> 95 percent) and the abundance of water on the Moon, Mars, and within the asteroid belt. A water-fueled MET system can produce high thrust for space cargo movement, has a high-demonstrated ISP (specific impulse) of 1000 seconds, double the specific impulse of hydrogen and oxygen, and can be cheaply refueled in orbiting satellites in lieu of using exotic gases for ionic or other types of propulsion. The MET Thruster is now being marketed to satellite companies worldwide, and Kepler currently has bids out for over 240 deorbiting thrusters.

Kepler is also partnering with a medical team from NASA to do testing in its high-altitude vacuum chambers located at Spaceport Business Park in Midland, Texas. The world-class chambers simulate conditions in space and to explore the different ways of extending an astronaut’s life in space. Kepler also offers these chambers for use by other commercial, government and institutional clients.

Quantum Science for Power Generation

Kepler is also working on commercializing the Kepler Magnetic Energy Converter (MEC), a device that can produce electricity and create a gravitational reduction effect.
The MEC can convert an almost unlimited energy source known to quantum physicists as a vacuum state into conventional mechanical and electromagnetic energy, which can be harnessed as electricity, and then used to to operate any electrical device.

The Kepler MEC electric generator will revolutionize the electrical energy sector by providing low-cost, reliable generation for fixed, portable, remote, or off-the-grid applications. Producing electricity with this device will not consume fossil fuels or produce any emissions or pollution. The Kepler MEC Engine can change the transportation sector as a whole by providing a significant amount of rotational torque that can be harnessed through conventional mechanical transmissions. Potential applications for this technology include all land, sea, and air vehicles. One benefit of the device is that it reduces a vehicle’s gross weight during operation and the surplus electrical energy generated by the device can be used to power other devices in the vehicle.

“We are developing a range of groundbreaking technologies that can be extremely beneficial for strengthening national security and saving the planet”

Cooling Down the Cycles

An interesting feature of the MEC generator is a reduction in entropy, i.e., a cooling effect, which can be harnessed for air- conditioning and refrigeration. Here, the Kepler MEC Refrigerator will revolutionize residential and commercial refrigeration and air conditioning applications. The MEC Refrigerator produces significant amounts of cooling that can be used to augment or replace conventional air-conditioning without the use of electricity. The MEC Refrigerator produces a variable amount of cooling depending on its rotation speed and electrical load. As electricity is generated, the equivalent amount of heat energy is removed from the surrounding air, conserving energy.

Kepler is also in the process of designing and developing 3 proprietary rockets for its ariel launch service. The rockets can be launched from either our B777 or 0-G 757 launch platforms to place up to 1,000 kilograms into Low Earth Orbit (LEO) as well as a larger rocket that can carry up to a 5,000 kilogram space system into LEO. Each rocket will have a reusable first stage.

Kepler also offers aerial refueling by its fleet of Vickers VC10’s, a mid-sized, narrow-body long-range British jet tanker designed and built by Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd. and first flown at Brooklands, Surrey in the UK.

Kepler has also developed a new technology to create SAF (Sustainable Aircraft Fuel) to meet the needs of the world’s fleet of present aircraft as well as the hypersonic fleet of the future. Kepler’s SAF is drop-in ready and delivers more power with less weight to other available aviation fuels.

Going beyond the confines of innovative aerospace technologies, Kepler is currently developing its state-of-the-art, handheld stun gun, the Kepler Blaster™, built on the company’s proprietary plasma steering technologies. With prototype testing already underway, the non-lethal, wireless taser gun is envisioned to be in every law enforcement officer’s hand worldwide in the near future.

“We are also working closely with a partner company to develop a hypersonic space plane that will be able to deliver passengers or cargo to go anywhere around the planet in about ninety minutes to two hours, and we hope that they will complete developing its engine over the next year and a half,” says Nelson.

Company
Kepler Aerospace

Headquarters
Midland, TX

Management
Brent Nelson, CEO

Description
Kepler Aerospace has unraveled these principles of GEM, blurring the line between science and fiction. Kepler Aerospace was founded by Brent Nelson, who rose to fame after founding Interactive Objects—the company that developed the first digital media player (which was named Windows Media Player after it was sold to Microsoft).

Kepler Aerospace