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The drawings show what a craft fitted with the drive (named the IXS Enterprise) could really look like. Gizmodo also unearthed the above video, in which White describes his idea at the SpaceVision 2013 conference (skip ahead to about the 42 minute mark).
Huffington Post UK · 6/11/2014
And, in a series of new renders, Dr White reveals how a real spacecraft dubbed the IXS Enterprise could do the same thing. The images are based on the artist who created the original look for the famous USS Enterprise ship from Star Trek - Matthew Jeffries.
Daily Mail · 6/11/2014
White was able to show what a possible warp drive ship may look like (Rademaker’s images are viewable here), and fans of Star Trek will not be disappointed, as i09 reports. The ship, affectionately named the IXS Enterprise for the drawings, looks like a ...
The Inquisitr · 6/11/2014
Fittingly the concept ship has been named IXS Enterprise, after the famous craft piloted by Captain James T. Kirk. Last November, while speaking at the SpaceVision 2013 Space Conference in Phoenix, White discussed the idea of a “space warp,” a …
vancitybuzz.com · 6/14/2014
The warp drive needs a robust design mechanism that allows the spacecraft to traverse by deforming the space surrounding space. Nasa's faster-than-light interstellar vehicle has been tentatively code named the IXS Enterprise. Check out the 2013 video …
International Business Times · 6/12/2014
Fittingly the starship is currently named IXS Enterprise. It might not exist in your or my lifetime ... and easily shuttle supplies into Earth’s orbit. But a warp drive would allow us to basically transcend space, as if vast distances weren’t even ...
TechnoBuffalo · 6/15/2014
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 designed for ...
Yahoo News Singapore · 6/11/2014
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 famously piloted ...
CNN · 6/12/2014
The artist’s creation, called the IXS Enterprise, was originally contributed to the Star Trek Ships of the Line 2014 calendar. Rademaker decided to take the idea even further and alter the appearance to reflect warp drive capabilities such as a ring-ship ...
The Space Reporter · 6/11/2014
Appropriately named the IXS Enterprise, White’s concept ship and warp drive design are still purely mathematical and may not be physically possible, he admits. However, NASA says it will continue to study its feasibility and perhaps one day open travel ...
design-engineering.com · 6/25/2014

IXS Enterprise

The IXS Enterprise is a conceptual superluminal spacecraft designed by NASA scientist Dr. Harold G. White, revealed at SpaceVision 2013, designed for the goal of achieving warp travel. The conceptual spacecraft would be a modified version of the …
The IXS Enterprise is a conceptual superluminal spacecraft designed by NASA scientist Dr. Harold G. White, revealed at SpaceVision 2013, designed for the goal of achieving warp travel. The conceptual spacecraft would be a modified version of the Alcubierre drive. Dr. White is currently running the White–Juday warp-field interferometer experiment in order to develop a proof of concept for Alcubierre-style warp travel, if possible.