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SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket thunders into space

CBS News Thursday, 11 April 2019
The second flight of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy is carrying a Saudi communications satellite into orbit
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More than a year after SpaceX launched a sports car into space to test its new Falcon Heavy craft, the rocket made its first commercial flight on April 11, carrying the Arabsat-6A satellite.SpaceX shared this video showing the rocket’s two reusable boosters successfully touching down after the...

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