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The SpaceX Starship is important.

As of today, August 3rd, 2020, the Starship is a spacecraft vehicle designed by private company SpaceX, owned by Elon Musk. The Starship will take humans to Mars, and then back to earth. It will take off from Earth with 2 stages, boosting it to space and setting it on a course to Mars. When the Starship lands on mars, it will collect methane and oxygen from Mars for fuel for the Starship to then take off from Mars and put itself on a course for Earth, and then land on Earth. The Starship is our future, and it plans on taking humans to Mars by the year 2024, which is in about 3.5 years. Starship will be the worlds most powerful spacecraft vehicle that is in operation, and Starship will be fully reusable because the entire Starship will be reusable, with no parts needing to be rebuilt, and can easily be refueled, and even on Mars (as we mentioned before) and possibly the Moon. The Starship will take off for the first time tomorrow (on August 4th) and will perform a 150-160 meter hop (about 500-600 feet) and will show off its capabilities, being the same spacecraft that will visit Mars with humans aboard in just a few years, maybe even less.

Today's blog post was different, but we feel that it is important for everyone alive right now, and should be spread.

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NOTE: All credit about information listed here about the Starship Spacecraft goes to SpaceX and the Starship belongs to SpaceX.

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