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SpaceX announces it will try for ?fully and rapidly reusable rocket?

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk spoke at the National Press Club today about SpaceX plans to develop a “fully and rapidly reusable rocket.” Musk stated that reusable rockets pose a very difficult engineering problem, but he believes it can be solved. Stating that SpaceX has a design that works on paper and in simulations, he emphasized [...]

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