Sailing the Stars
Scientists behind the Breakthrough Starshot Initiative (including physicist Stephen Hawking) now think “interstellar travel is a realistic and achievable aspiration, and not just the playground of science fiction,” Monica Grady writes for The Conversation. And they’re planning to make it happen via technology that already exists and works: solar sails. This kind of sailing would involve using sunlight to propel ...
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