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How fast can warp-speed go at maximum warp? Does NASA plan on using Does NASA plan on using warp-speed in the future? Are you trying to develop warp-speed? Where could I go to get more information on warp-speed?



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WARP speed is science fiction. In the real world, any object with mass cannot travel faster than the speed of light.


Of course you could check the Star Trek Encyclopedia for the real answers :-)

Arthur Smith



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