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Default NASA successfully tests rocket engines designed for deep space

NASA says that its latest tests are a milestone towards the next stage of space exploration — and Mars. It successfully fired a RS-25 rocket engine for 500 seconds on Thursday March 10th. This is the same engine that will eventually send astro...

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