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The world has been watching closely as a mission to rescue a soccer team of young boys in Thailand from a flooded cave is underway. Last week, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk offered his support by promising to have a “kid-size submarine” built – and he came through with the help of engineers in his employ.
The idea is to turn a “liquid oxygen transfer tube” from a SpaceX Falcon rocket into a submarine that would be light enough
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