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 enlisted the help of designer Mark Rademaker, who created a CGI design concept of the ship, dubbed IXS Enterprise, that would operate using the theory. Rademaker told the Washington Post that the concept art is aimed at …
(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 …
This week, NASA engineer Harold White and digital artist Mark Rademaker unveiled the IXS Enterprise - a years-in-the-making CGI design concept for a potential warp drive space ship of the future. Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto sadly not …
Nasa scientists Harold White and Mark Rademaker are working on the design of a warp ship what they call IXS Enterprise. "We wanted to have a decent image of a theory conforming warp ship to motivate young people to pursue a …
On the other hand, Rademaker posted on his Flickr account images of the prospective warp-driven starship, appropriately dubbed the IXS Enterprise (IXS-110): "The IXS Enterprise is a theory fitting concept for a Faster Than Light ship. It's …
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, …