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Putin vows to perfect mystery rocket after blast

Putin vows to perfect mystery rocket after blast

Russian President Putin promised to press on with the development of a nuclear-powered rocket believed to have been at the centre of a deadly accident. Five engineers and two others died when a rocket engine exploded at a test range on August 8. ’We will certainly be perfecting this weapon regardless of anything’, Putin said while speaking to widows of the victims.

Simone
Simone
Frederic Lück
Frederic Lück 7 months

I just wonder how much nuclear propulsion would benefit space travel. Maybe Putin just calls it a weapon but it is actually Russias plan to win the race to Mars

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 7 months

Mo people gonna die.

Voice of Reason
Voice of Reason 7 months

Yeesh, always kinda figured something was wrong with Putin but the decision to try to set up a nuclear rocket is just stupid. What happens if one of these fails at high altitude and scatters radiation across half the planet? This is such an obvious danger that should have discredited the idea right from the start that you have to ask what they are thinking.

plastic African
plastic African 7 months

At least it's a green missile.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 7 months

The Russian emblem is a two-headed eagle. All it takes is a few nuke rockets: boom! two-headed species.

Randall
Randall 7 months

Calm down. It's simply a deterrent to stop us (the USA) from starting an all out thermonuclear war. We are the warmongers of the world. If the planet gets irradiated it will certainly be our own fault. Americans just love to kill. We do it all the time. We're doing it right now. An average of one bomb every 12 minutes with a 2% accuracy rate! That means 98% of all the people we kill are civilians. But we don't care, we need more war!

Werli
Werli 7 months

Please tell me this is for space race technology and not to just blow living things to shreds at a mass scale lmao

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