What Is the Speed of a Rocket?

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A rocket's speed varies according to the flight plan in which is it situated. Generally, this speed varies between 7 599.68 m / s and 16 316.96 m / s. A rocket increases its speed from the time is it between the Earth and low Earth orbit up until the moment it reaches the solar escape.
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A rocket's speed is 11 kilometre per just a second. Depends on the rocket and the payload. For a baseline Apollo 12 was traveling a 1000 feet per second when it was breaking away
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The fastest manned rocket ship was the Saturn V, used in the Apollo program, it
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The oldest and simplest of the types of rockets use solid fuel for thrust. Solid-fuel rockets have been around since the Chinese discovered gunpowder. This type is "monopropellant
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First of all,you say 'the' which means that the rocket you are talking about is already mentioned atleast once.I don't see any details or the rocket being mentioned anywhere more
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