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At nearly 400 feet tall, Starship is the largest rocket to ever fly. SpaceX hopes it can become a vehicle for interplanetary travel. SpaceX hide caption

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SpaceX prepares to launch its mammoth rocket 'Starship'

Starship is the largest rocket ever built. The company hopes it will one day take people to the moon and Mars. But first it has to fly.

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SpaceX prepares to launch its mammoth rocket 'Starship'

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Sunday Puzzle: A City Scramble

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Sunday Puzzle: A City Scramble

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Tetiana Lytvynenko and her 9-year-old daughter Darina, seen at the Ukrainian Museum in New York City, are living rent-free with a family in Brooklyn, where they cook borsht and crepes for their hosts. Jon Kalish hide caption

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Ukraine invasion — explained

In New York, a nonprofit helps Ukrainian refugees make a home

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In New York, a nonprofit helps Ukrainian refugees make a home

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