interstellar travel

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interstellar travel

[¦in·tər¦stel·ər ′trav·əl]
(aerospace engineering)
Space flight between stars.
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The mission of The 100 Year Starship is to promote the research and development of breakthrough technologies to advance the goal of interstellar space travel within the next 100 years.
Washington, June 19 (ANI): NASA and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have jointly announced an award of 500,000 dollars grant to the person or group who can come up with the most effective idea about how human interstellar space travel can become a reality by next century.
While not adapted for interstellar space travel, they do have some cool real-world applications.
In the belief that they can use the Entire to revolutionize interstellar space travel, company bigwigs blackmail Quinn into returning to assess its potential and to serve as an envoy to the dominant alien race, the Tarig.
The timescale covered is awesome, as visitors are whisked from the swamps where life began, on to interstellar space travel, courtesy of some stunning special effects and some of the latest thinking from the world's top evolutionary theorists.
The crash also gives off lots of energy - so much that some scientists believe antiatoms could one day be used as a lightweight rocket fuel for interstellar space travel.
It attempts to answer the recurring questions of the ability of the human race to survive interstellar space travel and to establish viable colonies beyond the limits of our home solar system or be doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past.