Next-Gen Plasma Propulsion

The Future of Propulsion Begins

A next-generation plasma-based propulsion system that can be used in orbit and in Earth thanks to the advances in Quantum Mechanics


It does not rely in traditional sources of energy, greatly reducing CO2 production while keeping costs down.



Has one of the fastest acceleration and sustained speeds.



Due to it's simplicity and robustness, it has a long life cycle and resilience to extreme conditions both in Earth and outside Earth.

A Team With Over 20 Years of Experience in Aerospace.

Our CEO/CTO is a veteran of the U.S. military, boasting more than 20 years of expertise in aircraft systems and a keen interest in emerging sustainable technologies.

Meanwhile, our COO/CMO brings a wealth of knowledge with over 16 years in business, operations, marketing, and public relations, holding a Master's in Business Administration and experience from successful business exits.

With a Mission to Re-Imagine The Future of Propulsion.

Our mission is to develop cutting-edge technologies that significantly reduce CO2 emissions, contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable planet. By leveraging advanced plasma technology, we aim to revolutionize air travel, making it more eco-friendly and accessible to all.

But our vision goes beyond transforming transportation. We are also committed to enabling companies and developers to enhance their systems with Atomiq's technology, which is faster, cheaper, and more sustainable.

Already making headway in our mission.

Thank you to all our supporters!

Atomiq Aerospace Journal

Welcome to the Atomiq Aerospace Journal, a cutting-edge platform for the rigorous examination and exploration of the new advances in transportaion, physics, and quantum mechanics. We are dedicated to advancing the field of aerospace engineering and technology.

This journal serves as a hub for researchers, scientists, and industry professionals to share their latest discoveries, innovations, and insights in the dynamic realm of aerospace and outer space exploration.

We invite researchers from around the globe to contribute their original research articles, reviews, and perspectives, thereby enriching the discourse on the latest advancements in aerospace engineering. Join us in exploring the frontiers of aerospace innovation. Whether you are a seasoned researcher or a newcomer to the field, Atomiq Aerospace Journal is your gateway to staying at the forefront of aerospace science and technology.

In our inaugural volume, we present a featured article titled "Exploring the Relative Nature of Gravity", showcasing empirical experiments that unveil a deviation from the conventional understanding of gravity.

This article is only accessible to the government and military personnel of the United States and Canada. To obtain it, kindly submit a DoD SAFE Drop-off Request via email to


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