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NASA Test Fires Largest Rocket Ever; SpaceX Yawns

NASA wants to put a man on Mars . For the time being, that looks like a giant leap. But the good news is that last week, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration took at least one small step in the direction of Mars.

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To boldly compare and contrast SLS with rockets that have gone before... Source: NASA .

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