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NASA details Deep Space Atomic Clock and other tests launching on SpaceX Falcon Heavy

TechCrunch Monday, 10 June 2019
SpaceX’s next mission for its Falcon Heavy high-capacity rocket is set for June 24, when it’ll take off from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida with 20 satellites on board that comprise the Depart of Defense’s Space Test Program-2. That’s not all it’ll carry however: There will also be cargo pertaining to four NASA missions […]
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