Landing big on Mars

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27 Jul, 2020

SpaceX uses supersonic retropropulsion to assist with reentry and landing of their Falcon 9 rockets, allowing their reuse. More research is needed to land larger and crewed spacecrafts on Mars with significantly less atmosphere. Photo credit: SpaceX

SpaceX uses supersonic retropropulsion to assist with reentry and landing of their Falcon 9 rockets, allowing their reuse. More research is needed to land larger and crewed spacecrafts on Mars with significantly less atmosphere. Photo credit: SpaceX

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