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Accidental discoveries can sometimes lead to fantastic outcomes. If you’ve
watched Star Trek, you’ve probably heard about warp speed or have seen
space ships travel at speeds faster than light.
But, let’s face it, not everyone watches a lot of movies. So, let me explain
warp speed to them.
Warp speed is the extraordinarily fast speed at which spaceships travel.
We’ve all seen movies in which spacecraft travel at light speed from one
location in space to another. And we all wanted to have such tech.
But why are we discussing it today? Are we closer to interstellar travel at a
faster speed than light? To know this, make sure to watch the video till the
#NASA #WarpBubble #discovery #space
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