How to use Faster-than-light in a sentence

faster-than-light
  • For instance, faster-than-light travel is impossible under any current scientific theory, yet is a staple of space-faring sci-fi.

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  • If Faster-than-light travel is necessary for your story, you can name it ('the Jump' or whatever) and then just use it.

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  • Their merchandise is information, and it is from the Outsiders that mankind gains the knowledge of faster-than-light travel.

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  • Most ships in the Star Trek series are capable of faster-than-light travel using warp drives or similar propulsion methods.

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  • 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.

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  • While traveling at normal speed, these pods extend away from the main hull, and are retracted during faster than light jumps.

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  • You can see the article on us in Faster Than Light in Coppola's CITY magazine in 1976.

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