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A space shuttle flies into space with the help of rocket power. Once up, the rockets are then detached, and the shuttle runs on its on fuels and oxygen. On Earth, a motor simply draws in the oxygen it needs from the surroundings, but in outer space there is no oxygen, and thus the shuttle needs to bring its own.
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