Student or Learner
Delta plane engine fails, forces emergency landing - Yahoo! News
Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said it was a so-called "contained" engine failure, meaning small parts such as fan blades came out the back of the engine.
came out the back of the engine
came out of the back of the engine
came out from the back of the engine
Are these all good?
The three phrases mean the same thing, don't they?
No. Only the first is good. The "of" in "out of" is excrescent, meaning it grows out of "out" like a mushroom on a tree trunk. It is there by confusion with the collocation I just used, "out of", with literal meaning, and with other uses like "out of sight" and "out of gas". "Out" is already a preposition complete in itself. There is even less justification for "from".
Your mileage may vary.
I think all three are fine.