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Question: At the rate that we are using the planet’s resources, is it possible that we can build a rocket that can go really far into space? Do you think we should?
build, planet, resources, rocket
Asked by Thomas_Likes_Cheese to Kirsty on 17 Jun 2016.
answered on 17 Jun 2016:
I think looking after the planet we have is a better idea 🙂
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