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SpaceX launches mega Starship rocket for second test flight

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SpaceX's 'Starship' rocket, the largest ever built, takes off from the space company's Texas launch site. CEO Elon Musk hopes the ship will one day colonize Mars and NASA is awaiting a modified version to land humans on the Moon. The first test in April ended in a spectacular explosion over the Gulf of Mexico. IMAGES

Added on the 18/11/2023 14:47:59 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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