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Could this Kiwi-made tech help humans get to Mars?

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 30 September 2020 ()
Could this Kiwi-made tech help humans get to Mars?Rocket-boosting technology being pioneered by Kiwi scientists could bring the dream of a manned mission to Mars closer to reality. Engineers at Victoria University's Robinson Research Institute have begun a major project to apply...
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