NASA test world’s biggest rocket

NASA have tested the world’s biggest rocket.

The test took place in an American desert.

Cameras sometimes struggle to capture the rocket’s motor tests because the flames caused by the fuel burning were too bright.

NASA have used a new type of camera to get around this problem.

The sheer power of the rocket’s blast was filmed using lots of slow motion shots recorded at the same time.

The next scheduled test launch won’t be until 2018 but this should keep you fuelled up till then.

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Charanpreet
Charanpreet
4 years ago

I never seen anything like this before ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Kyle
Kyle
4 years ago

Wow

james
james
4 years ago

wow i wonder if it will fail the test

x
x
4 years ago

big boom booms i wonder how far it can fly

jordyn
jordyn
4 years ago

wow that must be awesome to see it take off in the sky

boy
boy
4 years ago

cool

temana
temana
4 years ago

wow

Hannah.Z
Hannah.Z
4 years ago

Seems dangerous to me…

A Wise man
A Wise man
4 years ago

Why couldn’t they just burn it for a few seconds? then it wouldn’t be so costly to the environment.

Quintin
Quintin
4 years ago

That’s prety cool

anonymous
anonymous
1 year ago

wow

Nithuki
Nithuki
7 months ago

WOW

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