Alternative FTL Drive
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- The canon Traveller FTL Drives are the Jump Space Drives (the Jump Drive in particular).
- All other FTL transportation methods are Alternate.
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- Speed of Travel
- Spacecraft Drives (Interplanetary Drives or Impulse Drives)
- Starship Drives (Interstellar Drives)
- N-Drive (NAFAL Drive)
- Jump Space Drives
- Jump Space
- Jump Drive History
- Nth Order Jump Space Drives
- J-Drive - Jump Drive ("0th" Order Jump Space Drive)
- H-Drive - Hop Drive (1st Order Jump Space Drive)
- S-Drive - Skip Drive (2nd Order Jump Space Drive)
- L-Drive - Leap Drive (3rd Order Jump Space Drive)
- B-Drive - Bound Drive (4th Order Jump Space Drive)
- V-Drive - Vault Drive (5th Order Jump Space Drive)
- 6-Drive - Six Drive (6th Order Jump Space Drive)
- 7-Drive - Seven Drive (7th Order Jump Space Drive)
- 8-Drive - Eight Drive (8th Order Jump Space Drive)
- 9-Drive - Nine Drive (9th Order Jump Space Drive)
- Hieronymous Device
- Conjectural Drives
- Alternative Interstellar Drive Technologies
- Alcubierre Drive
- Hyperspace Drive based on entering a different space (AKA Hyperspace) and using conventional propulsion.
- Keyhole Drive
- Singularity Drive
- Space Folding Drive
- StutterDrive is a rapidly pulsed jump drive with the jump taking microseseconds, and the jump distance only a very short distance forward - such as less than a light second. Doing this 100 times a second creates the illusion of rapid FTL movement in normal space, although doppler reflections indicate the object is at rest; thus this is a pseudo movement. Traveller2300 depends exclusively on stutterdrive.
- Teleport Drive in which the ship immediately teleports itself from one point to another, with or without passing through some kind of gate.
- Warp Drive which is based on creating a contraction of space-time around the ship, so that the speed of light can be exceeded.
This classification is based on the 'effect', not on the cause or the scientific theory behind it.
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