Relativity Space’s Terran 1 ‘Weeks Away’ From First Launch

Relativity Space aims to show its 3D printing chops with Terran 1.
Credit: Relativity Space
Relativity Space is “weeks away” from launching its first rocket, the Terran 1. The startup, which now has more than 850 employees, bills the Terran 1 as “the first entirely 3D-printed rocket.” The rocket’s first stage is on the launchpad at Cape Canaveral and undergoing tests, Relativity Space CEO...

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