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Watch NASA's Mars Rocket Test in 360-Degree Video
While there really isn't any purpose for this video to be shot in 360, it's interesting to see the different angles they have different cameras, but let's be real here. People want to look at the action, NOT WHAT IS HAPPENING BEHIND THEM during that action. Come on NASA, quit sucking up to Facebook's Mark Zuckerburg - the child-porn harboring sicko.
NASA will eventually use the Space Launch System to send humans to Mars -- it might even carry a crew the very first time it launches. Unfortunately the world's most powerful rocket is a tad behind schedule (it was originally supposed to launch this year) and over budget.