NewsHow to design a sail that won’t tear or melt on an
interstellar voyage

16th February 2022by admin0
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Astronomers have been waiting decades for the launch
of the James Webb Space Telescope, which promises to peer farther
into space than ever before. But if humans want to actually reach
our nearest stellar neighbor, they will need to wait quite a bit
longer: a probe sent to Alpha Centauri with a rocket would need
roughly 80,000 years to make the trip.

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