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Meanwhile, SpaceX is constructing prototypes in Boca Chica, Texas, of its heavy-lift Starship spacecraft and Super Heavy rocket.

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A smaller prototype called Starhopper was flown as high as 490 feet last year.

Some such tests exist now, in prototype form, awaiting Food and Drug Administration approval and funding for mass distribution.

Their prototype base, printed last October in Copenhagen, is 10 meters tall and was printed layer by layer, its two walls joined together by a sinuous line of concrete layered into the middle.

Most current bioprinted tissue prototypes are done inside the lab, where scientists can maintain more intricate control of how the tissue grows.

The FC-31 prototype was hidden except when it was flying, and not much detail was available.

Two weeks later, Ed Logg, a programmer, had a working prototype that looked very, very good.

McDonough helped create an implant prototype, but in the end, “nothing happened to it,” Williams said in court testimony.

Haloid spent nearly 15 years and $75 million developing prototype copiers, even building a factory in 1954 far ahead of demand.

Hull was frustrated that it took a long time and a lot of money to make small plastic prototype parts.

Perhaps his almost perfectly spontaneous love of tiny flowers is already a considerable advance on his so-called prototype.

Black Hood saw that he would have to lie in order to protect his prototype, Kip Burland.

The first two Acts of Hills play proceed much after the manner of its prototype, with close parallels in language.

This Four Hundred has its prototype in all cities, and in some cities is known as the "fast set."

This causes us to feel that the prototype was "real," while the image is "imaginary."


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prototype, such as: mock-up, model, precursor, ancestor, antecedent, and archetype.

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