A Trip To Mars And Back To Take Five Hours

by Medindia Content Team on  January 8, 2006 at 4:06 PM General Health News
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A Trip To Mars And Back To Take Five Hours
It may soon be possible to make a round trip to Mars in five hours time, instead of 2.5 years. The New Scientist magazine has revealed that the US military is exploring the possibility of Captain Kirk-style 'warp speed' using a concept called hyperdrive. The revolutionary form of propulsion can help them reach the moon in a matter of minutes.

The idea is to create an intense magnetic field that would produce an anti-gravity force and propel the craft faster through space.

The Star Trek-style flights, however, are still a long way from becoming fact.

Edited (ANI)

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