World's first 3D-printed rocket is heading to space


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Image Credit: Relativity Space/Trevor Mahlmann

The world's first 3D-printed rocket, built by Relativity Space, a California-based aerospace startup, will soon head to space. The launch vehicle, named Terran 1, was supposed to take off on March 8 but was called off due to technical issues encountered during the countdown. It is now scheduled to lift off on March 11. Terran 1 is a 110-foot-tall rocket built to launch small satellites into low-Earth orbit (LEO).