In the “Star Wars” universe, jumping into hyperspace is illustrated by stars turning to streaks that whizz past as a ship blows right by the speed of light.
While logistically impossible for humans to achieve light speed, science tells us that if we somehow could travel at light speed, hyperspace would look drastically different.
In time for the 40th anniversary of the 1977 release of “Star Wars,” Kyle Hill of Nerdist shows you why and how real hyperspace would be different. And what it would look like! Coooooooooooool!
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