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    SpaceX Rocket Explosion

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    Today, Thursday the 20th, a rocket created for missions to Mars and the Moon exploded on a livestream. Luckily there was nobody inside. The issue was that the rocket flew up for 4 minutes until the separation of the booster sitting atop the rocket failed. Some of the 33 engines from the booster also failed to ignite. The rocket then dropped downwards some before exploding. This Starship rocket will be the most powerful ever developed and it will play a part in NASA’s Artemis program, which is planning to put humans on the moon by 2025.

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    Paola Martir, Reporter
    Hi, my name is Paola Martir. I've been enrolled at Conrad since the 6th grade. I'm currently a senior and my pathway is Biotechnology. In my free time I like to listen to music, hangout with my friends, and play video games. I joined journalism so I can learn more about current events and keep myself informed

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