interstellar travel


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interstellar travel

[¦in·tər¦stel·ər ′trav·əl]
(aerospace engineering)
Space flight between stars.
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and to always carry a towel during interstellar travel.
It implicitly assumes that somehow, if your science is really advanced, then interstellar travel is possible.
This new understanding of the heliosphere could have implications for future attempts at interstellar travel.
But say we're wrong, and somewhere there is a civilization with the smarts to have conquered interstellar travel, and the ability to detect Earth, and go to the trouble of coming here.
The story was created by the pair who were inspired by their childhood and wanting to explore interstellar travel.
Why would beings with interstellar travel capabilities come all that way just to land on the moors above Keighley when they could just as easily have gone to Miami?
This could prove devastating to her people, the Khitine, who have only recently achieved flight to their three moons, and for whom interstellar travel has been a fantasy--until the Te arrived, with their high technology.
Joomeez Nova puts you in control of the JMZ-12 ship - a state of the art transportation unit equipped for interstellar travel.
Available in print, Kindle, and NOOK formats, Call of the Cosmic Wild is neither science fiction nor metaphysics, but rather a science-based projection of how interstellar travel could become feasible through the use of relativistic rockets.
99) WHEN a celebrated Cambridge academic proves a mathematical theory, aliens in a far-off galaxy realise humans have made the link that would allow them to develop interstellar travel.
Another is DE-STAR 4 capable of vaporizing a rock within a year and DE-STAR 6 that could propel a 10-tonne spacecraft at almost the speed of light which would make possible interstellar travel.
London, January 15 ( ANI ): If it were possible, the reality of interstellar travel would be a lot less spectacular, according to a group of student physicists.