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NASA’s fusion powered rocket prototype

In recent news NASA has disclosed that they are funding a startup that is working towards developing a working prototype for a fusion powered rocket.

Scientists revealed that they may have addressed a few key challenges in sustaining a fusion reaction.

Fusion power has the potential to unlock sustainable energy generation with highest energy density and lowest environmental impact. NASA is reviewing this technology for deep space travel.

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