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The NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project promises a future possibility of manned travel to the Stars at acceptable transit times, using acceptable energies. This will be possible with control over gravity and inertia. NASA and Defense are studying the coupling of electromagnetism to gravity. Other approaches have also been proposed, such as the use of Mach’s Principle for star travel.

Nick Cook, an editor of Jane’s Defense Weekly, wrote a book. "The Hunt For Zero Point: Inside The Classified World Of Antigravity Technology" The existence of electrogravitic research is not a secret anymore. How advanced the United States is with it, is a secret. It was used in Stealth Aircraft Technology.

At the 2005 National Space Society International Space Development Conference, National Reconnaissance Office Deputy Director Bennett Hart was asked if some technology needed for spaceflight would be declassified. Mr. Bennett answered, yes it would. At the 2005 Association of Space Explorers, conference, ATK Thiokol presented an exhibit to the public that mentioned the NASA X43A Spaceplane, an effort, which is presently classified. NASA can advance low cost space transportation, while keeping information classified, that would hurt national security, if revealed to the public.

In the near term, Breakthrough Propulsion Physics research could lead to ultra-fast, ultra-cheap, fully reusable manned space transportation, to be used, throughout the solar system. Breakthrough Propulsion Physics is a long-range research effort, now in its beginning stages.

The Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project is currently unfunded by NASA, but deserves to be fully re-activated. Their last annual budget was about $600,000. It is a low cost line item.

You can find additional information and resources on space travel by visiting the Utah Space Association "Surpassing Light Speed" website.