NASA tests engine of 'world's most powerful rocket' that will one day carry humans to Mars in incredible 360-degree video

NASA has been testing one of the engines of its Space Launch System (SLS), which will one day carry humans to Mars – and boy, is it a sight to behold.

The world’s most powerful rocket will be propelled into space by four RS-25 engines, each producing 512,000 pounds of thrust.

The space agency has released a 360-degree video of a “hot-fire test” of one of these engines, which took place at Stennis Space Center in Mississippi on February 22.

Cameras were set up at several different locations around the test site, including near the flame trench, where the extreme

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