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An engine was a device that converted energy into mechanical energy, often to drive propulsion.

Over the course of history, numerous types of engines were developed, with the internal combustion engine often being one of the earliest motorized devices.

The impulse engine was eventually developed to propel starships at high velocity, but still within solar systems.

The discoveries of antimatter and its interaction with matter led to antimatter engines, matter engines, and eventually to warp drive.

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