It depends. If you are not talking in absolute values, space can exist without time but not time without space. Taking from the definition of both, space is the distance between matter and matter and time is measured by the matter in motion. If matter remains inert there is no time to figure but if matter is in motion, time is present as an accident of motion.
Using this then you end up with either no space or no matter.
Matter is made up of atoms. Atoms are made up of particles.
There is space between those particles. But those are made up of smaller and smaller particles until you get down to strings(string theory) which are solid.
So matter on our scale is not solid. Yet energy on the atomic scale is solid. And we com back to there being time without space and space without time.(einstien)
Also according to string theory everything in this universe is covred by one single membrane, like a living cell. Seems I have brought that ten year old kid back but now we are part of his/her body.
But, the real problem is that there is no such thing as time. To us the life span of a single cell is only a few seconds. But how long is it to that single cell. We live up to one hundred years, but how long is that to the ten year old person of which we are a part of. There is and never has been any time. Space is the part of reality that does not change. We use time to keep everything straight as we move around in space.
So if we want to go to the nearest star system we need to do away with time. That is how god moves.
Edited by danielost, 10 October 2013 - 11:50 PM.