NASA’s ‘Faster Than Light’ Spaceship Designs are Fascinating!

By: | August 22nd, 2014

NASA announced it was researching building a faster-than-light ship about two years ago but we have not seen or heard much since then.

Until now…

NASA physicist Dr. Harold White and artist Mark Rademaker worked together to create drawings of what the ship could look like:

Mexican theoretical physicist Miguel Alcubierre first introduced the concept of an aircraft covering great distances at extremely high speeds through a “warp bubble” back in 1994, which is the concept Dr. White used in his warp-drive ship designs.

Essentially the “warp bubble” expands the space behind the spaceship while contracting the space in front of it in order to move swiftly.

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