NASA’S Juno Mission spacecraft will slingshot around Earth towards Jupiter, accelerating to 25 miles per second along the way and becoming the fastest man-made object in history.
Even though with this technology we reached just 0.013420513% of speed of light.
Warp Drive Technology will able to break light barriers
What is warp Drive
A warp drive is a hypothetical spacecraft propulsion System. A spacecraft equipped with a warp drive may travel at speeds greater than that of light by many orders of magnitude.
The warp drive does not permit instantaneous travel between two points, but rather involves a measurable passage of time which is pertinent to the concept.
In contrast to hyperdrive, spacecraft at warp velocity would continue to interact with objects in “normal space.” The general concept of “warp drive” was introduced by John W. Campbell in his 1931 novel Islands of Space.
How Warp Drive works
Einstein’s theory of special relativity states that energy and mass are interchangeable, and speed of light travel is impossible for material objects that weigh more than photons.
The problem of a material object exceeding light speed is that an infinite amount of kinetic energy would be required to travel at exactly the speed of light.
This can theoretically be solved by warping space to move an object instead of increasing the kinetic energy of the object to do so.
Such a solution to the faster than light travel problem leads to two directly opposite approaches to light-speed travel
Simply it would compress space-time Infront of the space ship and expand it to rear of it.
It can capable of moving with over the cosmic limit, The space-time it self moving around it.
What if we can do, if we build a spaceship with warp drive technology that can speed up us 10 Times the speed of light!
How far we can travel with this Technology? How much time it takes to reach outermost of our galaxy
It would take us just 75 seconds to reach mars
It would take even less time to reach our sun some 50 seconds.
At 10 times the speed of light, we reach the edge of our solar system in about 72 days.
After 83 more days in space, we’d arrive at Alpha Centauri – a star system that hosts the potentially habitable exoplanet — Proxima Centauri.
The Universe is big. Very big. And it keeps expanding. Maybe it never ends at all. We’d never be able to travel to the edge of it, even with working warp drive.
Our home galaxy, the Milky Way, is about 200,000 light-years across. Even if we could achieve the speed of one light-year per hour, it would take us 22 years to reach the outmost corner of our own galaxy.
Using warp drive technology would require an enormous amount of energy in the first place.
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