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‘The Starship has landed’: SpaceX nails reusable craft touchdown – Al Jazeera English

All four earlier attempts to land the rocket, designed for travel to the moon and Mars, ended in spectacular crashes.

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SpaceX has achieved the first successful touchdown of its prototype Starship rocket during the latest test flight of the next-generation launch vehicle in southern Texas in the United States after four previous landing attempts ended in explosions.
Wednesdays feat marked a key milestone for the private rocket company of billionaire tech mogul Elon Musk in its development of a reusable heavy-lift launch vehicle to eventually carry astronauts and large cargo payloads to the moon and Mars.
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