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ApolloGirl

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SpaceX Falcon Heavy flight
« on: February 14, 2018, 08:48:25 PM »
The Falcon Heavy successfully launched for the first from Cape Canaveral on 6 February sending Musk's Tesla into orbit towards Mars. The flight proved successful in many ways. Two boosters returned to Earth. The Falcon Heavy is now the most powerful rocket able to lift  141,000 lb of payload. Only the Saturn V has delivered more payload into space. We are now one step closer to more affordable spaceflight.

 

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