Gravitational wave discovery will transform rocket science

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Eventually!

Sure, it will take many more years.  Probably several more lifetimes of people like those in the announcement this week that gravitational waves were discovered after two black holes collided.

We know that gravity exists.  But we don’t understand it well enough yet to create a gravity engine or anti-gravity machine.  Eventually perhaps a warp drive engine…

In the meantime, let’s celebrate another apparent breakthrough in our understanding of physics and the universe! Someday it will transform our ability to fly in the air or in space. It’s yet another exciting reason why there are still plenty of needs and opportunities for people who want to do something fun and rewarding in rocket science.

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About Brett Rocket Scientist

Brett creates artful work in aerospace and innovation. He is currently a project manager, author, and speaker. Sometimes he is still an engineer and music composer.

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