How Do Rocket's Escape from Gravity?

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Rockets escape the force of gravity via escape velocity. The rocket's thrusters have more force than the force of gravity allowing them to escape gravity. This is possible by use of the rocket fuel in the thrusters, which when burned produces a force enough to propel the rocket at a speed of more than 25,000 mph (7 miles per second or 40,000 km/h).
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