'Star Wars' Got It Wrong. What Jumping To Hyperspace Would Actually Look Like

NRM: "As is commonplace in science fiction, when a spacecraft makes the "jump to lightspeed," stars in the galaxy stretch in front of your eyes. But University of Leicester students have calculated what you would actually see when travelling through space at the speed of light."

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fr0sty1981d ago

'cept blurs with white spots in the middle are kinda boring to watch in a movie, so chances are it'll remain the same.

SilentNegotiator1981d ago (Edited 1981d ago )

Well DUH. You aren't going to see a star "stretch" and stay there. Light doesn't "stick" in place because you're going fast.

hellvaguy1981d ago

And in another decade or 2, the so called experts will say this latest theory isn't right either.

Bathyj1980d ago

They know it was a movie right?
Made in the 70's no less.

Agent_00_Revan1980d ago

Shut up science nerds. Your way isn't as cool.

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