What Are Space Rockets Made out of?

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Space rockets are made of large still fuel tanks, powerful engines and cooling systems. The material used to make them should be strong and durable and the engines must be powerful enough to lift the rockets.
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Space rockets are mostly made of aluminium. The casing on the space shuttle solid rocket boosters is made of steel, some of the solid motors are made of composite casing and the engines are made of high temperature resistant steel alloys to handle the stress and temperature. Other engines are made of lithium because it is light and strong like aluminium.
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