How to use Faster-than-light in a sentence
For instance, faster-than-light travel is impossible under any current scientific theory, yet is a staple of space-faring sci-fi.
If Faster-than-light travel is necessary for your story, you can name it ('the Jump' or whatever) and then just use it.
Their merchandise is information, and it is from the Outsiders that mankind gains the knowledge of faster-than-light travel.
Most ships in the Star Trek series are capable of faster-than-light travel using warp drives or similar propulsion methods.
Some Generation Ships are discovered, still in progress towards their destination, by faster-than-light ships, either with crew intact or crew all dead/missing, and perhaps a mystery to solve.Advertisement
While traveling at normal speed, these pods extend away from the main hull, and are retracted during faster than light jumps.
You can see the article on us in Faster Than Light in Coppola's CITY magazine in 1976.