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SpaceX Rocket Mission Sells Out Plush Earth Doll

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SpaceX Rocket Mission Sells Out Plush Earth Doll

SpaceX Rocket Mission Sells Out Plush Earth Doll

Business Insider reports SpaceX has finished the first leg of a historic space mission!

Elon Musk's company successfully launched Crew Dragon, the first commercial spaceship built to ferry humans to and from space.

Crew Dragon carried a female crash-test dummy named "Ripley" for its first mission... In doing so, however, the company cleared inventories of a plush Earth doll with a surprised face.

The doll was seen on board the rocket.

The Celestial Buddies company was no doubt surprised.

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