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Success! Musk’s monster SpaceX Starship Mars shuttle makes vertical landing

Rachelle Abbott
·1-min read
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SpaceX’s Starship SN15 has successfully managed to take off and land, vertically.

During a test in Boca Chica, the rocket reached about six miles up before dropping back down to the ground, and using its thruster for a controlled ‘belly flop’ descent and flip to touch back down.

Elon Musk believes the 50m-tall Starship will get people to Mars, eventually sitting on top of a booster called Super Heavy.

Dogecoin is being pumped to crazy highs in the volatile cryptomarkets - but how popular is it?

Well, on Wednesday it climbed over 40 per cent to 68 cents per coin to become the fourth biggest digital currency.

Facebook’s oversight board says the firm is failing to answer questions about whether its mysterious algorithms boosted incendiary posts by former U.S. President Donald Trump - and contributed to January’s fatal Capitol insurrection.

As Trump’s ban from using the social network was upheld pending review.

Plus, why Peloton has been forced to recall treadmills, scientists uncover “extraordinary” evidence of what’s thought to be the oldest human burial in Africa. Millions of people could be at risk of a hack from using outdated internet routers, and a newly discovered Trap-jaw ant has been given a gender-neutral name.

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