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The size and shape of the world's rockets from 1957 - now

Designer Tyler Skarbek has designed a visualization of the world's different rockets. Image: REUTERS/Steve Nesius

Omri Wallach

Reporter, Visual Capitalist

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this visualization compares the size of the world's rockets from the past and present
Comparing the size of different rockets, past and present. Image: Visual Capitalist

this chart compares key details of the world's rockets
Comparing the world's rockets. Image: Visual Capitalist

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