Space -X Mars Developmental Star Ship Explodes On Landing

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The new massive star ship blasted off successfully attained a height all previous ones have not. It also utilized the use of three engines instead of one. All went as planned until the landing stage when it successfully steered itself to landing site. However it then fell and burst into flames. According to the founder it was a success. This is because it takes many developmental trials to achieve the optimum results. He had announced on Twitter prior to blast off that this experiment had a third of a chance to land back intact. Eventually the final version will need six engines and a final booster to propel it out of Earth’s gravitational pull. There are apart from getting people to the moon and eventually Mars. Many uses planned getting large satellites into space, supplies to the space station and even getting people between cities faster than concord.

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