For now, warp speed is only possible in TV and movies, with both “Star Trek” and “Star Wars” referencing an idea that was completely speculative at the time. White has fittingly named the concept spacecraft IXS Enterprise, for the starship …
Flickr/ Mark Rademaker At this point, faster-than-light travel is just theoretical. But these gorgeous designs give us plenty of food for thought about the future of space travel. Flickr/ Mark Rademaker The ship has been given the name IXS
Nasa's faster-than-light interstellar vehicle has been tentatively code named the IXS Enterprise. Check out the 2013 video below to know more about the technology behind the IXS enterprise.
The hypothetical design, dubbed IXS Enterprise, includes a sleek ship nestled at the center of two enormous rings, which create the warp bubble. According to White, iO9 reports, space vehicles equipped with warp drives could attain such …
You're looking at NASA's interstellar spaceship concept—the IXS Enterprise (not a joke, that's the name.) Developed by NASA's Advanced Propulsion Lead Dr. Harold "Sonny" White and concept artist Mark Rademaker, this ship would …
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(He’s already pissed that people forget he was Australian.) The drive is commonly called a warp drive, and not surprisingly, NASA is calling its imaginary starship the IXS Enterprise. In Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home, the crew of the …
For years White has been exploring the possibilities of actual "Star Trek"-like travel. He even named his ship the IXS Enterprise. • There are obstacles, such as forms of energy that might not exist. That's a problem. For NASA, yes, but …
White has fittingly named the concept spacecraft IXS Enterprise, for the starship famously piloted by Captain James T. Kirk in the "Star Trek" TV series and movies. A scientist at NASA is investigating if warp drive is possible. (Photo: …
White has fittingly named the concept spacecraft IXS Enterprise, for the starship famously piloted by Captain James T. Kirk in the “Star Trek” TV series and movies. At the SpaceVision 2013 Space Conference last November in Phoenix, …