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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: rocket - a rocket powerful enough to travel into outer spacespace rocket - a rocket powerful enough to travel into outer space
rocket engine, rocket - a jet engine containing its own propellant and driven by reaction propulsion
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Pentagon introduced restrictions that will prevent American companies from using Russian space rocket launches and satellite services, set to take effect in 2023.
Non-proliferation experts have said satellite images indicate North Korea could be preparing to launch a missile or a space rocket in spite of a freeze in testing that has been in place since 2017.
The EgyptSat-A Earth's remote sensing satellite was developed by the Russian Energia Space Rocket Corporation along with Egypt's National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NARSS).
Russiaas Energia Space Rocket Corporation unveiled its scheme of a flight to the Moon with the subsequent landing of cosmonauts on the Earthas natural satellite.
The Indian space agency will also launch GSAT 31, a communication satellite during the first week of February by Ariane space rocket Ariane, he added.
United States issued a warning to Iran last week against pursuing three planned space rocket launches, which it said would violate a UN Security Council resolution related to its ballistic missile activity.
The Baiterek space rocket system is a joint project implemented by Kazakhstan and Russia since 2004.
For those not stopped in their tracks by the sight of a real-life space rocket being transferred from the back of a truck to the front lawn of Great North Museum: Hancock where it was on show, they had until yesterday to see it.
| Skybolt, an eight-metre-tall space rocket, arrives on the front lawn of the Hancock Museum with Fraser Roe from Starchaser Industries
The launch of what would have been the nation's first space rocket developed entirely by a private company ended in failure on Saturday as start-up Interstellar Technologies Inc.'s Momo 2 rocket fell to the ground and exploded immediately after liftoff at the test site in the town of Taiki, Hokkaido.
Any trip to Mars will take at least seven months and scientists have come up with an idea of how to feed astronauts on a manned flight, rather than stock the space rocket with cans of baked beans and an air freshener.
This year's includes a space rocket, medal and land in the Highlands.

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