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NASA spends $349 Million to build a Tower, then shuts it down without ever using

In June, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) had finished work on a huge laboratory tower in Mississippi. The structure, which was designed to test a new rocket engine in a chamber that mimicked the vacuum of space, cost about $349 million.

The United States space agency had spent a huge amount of money on the tower...

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