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It lifted off and cruised to 35 miles above the Earth, then detached from the rocket and reached its highest altitude of about 40 miles.

India just launched a mini space shuttle on top of a rocket and the photos are amazing

It lifted off and cruised to 35 miles above the Earth, then detached from the rocket and reached its highest altitude of about 40 miles.

The Long March 7 rocket, standing 174 feet (53 meters) tall, emerged from its vertical assembly building to travel to a launch pad at the new Wenchang spaceport Wednesday. Credit: Xinhua

The Long March 7 rocket, standing 174 feet (53 meters) tall, emerged from its vertical assembly building to travel to a launch pad at the new Wenchang spaceport Wednesday. Credit: Xinhua

The Little Joe booster vehicle was built by North American Aviation, while the Mercury spacecraft sitting at the top of this booster rocket was a mockup built at NASA Langley. #NASA #Technology #Booster #Spacecraft

The Little Joe booster vehicle was built by North American Aviation, while the Mercury spacecraft sitting at the top of this booster rocket was a mockup built at NASA Langley. #NASA #Technology #Booster #Spacecraft

Photos: Russian Proton rocket blasts off with EchoStar 21 – Spaceflight Now

Photos: Russian Proton rocket blasts off with EchoStar 21 – Spaceflight Now

Launch of "Vostok 1", Russian spacecraft, from Baikonur Cosmodrome. The first manned space flight with Yuri Gagarin, a Russian cosmonaut. 12 April 1961. #space #Russian #cosmonaut

Launch of "Vostok 1", Russian spacecraft, from Baikonur Cosmodrome. The first manned space flight with Yuri Gagarin, a Russian cosmonaut. 12 April 1961. #space #Russian #cosmonaut

Photos: Russian Proton rocket blasts off with EchoStar 21 – Spaceflight Now

Photos: Russian Proton rocket blasts off with EchoStar 21 – Spaceflight Now

There are only three Delta II launches remaining before the rocket is retired. Photo Credit: Bill Ingalls / NASA

There are only three Delta II launches remaining before the rocket is retired. Photo Credit: Bill Ingalls / NASA

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