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Warp Speed Ship Design by NASA Employee [News]
posted June 12 2014 11:58.01 by spic0m




"Let me take you on a little trip... we're gonna travel faster than light," the Kinks sang 42 years ago. Well, maybe this was the warp ship they were dreaming of.

Howard White has a vision for a warp-drive ship that he's been working on for a few years. White, whose biography describes him as the advanced propulsion theme lead for NASA's engineering directorate, recently released his new vision of the spaceship in collaboration with artist Mark Rademaker. The result is gorgeous.

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[Link: Universe Today]
 
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