16-year-old Ethiopian High School Student Has Assembled His Own Rocket Called ETRS1K

16-year-old Ethiopian High School Student

A 16-year-old Ethiopian High School Student is trending on social medial platforms after photos of him and his self-assembled rocket surfaced. The 16-year-old Ethiopian High School Student is being lauded for single-handedly designing and assembling two mini rockets.

The groundbreaking news was shared by a Twitter handle known as Africa Facts Zone. According to Africa Facts Zone, the teenager named his innovative machine, ETRS1K. In a series of photos making the rounds online, he displayed the two rockets to some tech investors in the country. The 16-year-old boy who studies at a school in Wolayta Region built the prototype rockets as part of a self embarked project.

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