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Watch SpaceX launch a satellite into space with a partially used Falcon 9 rocket

Business Insider Thursday, 12 October 2017 ()
Watch SpaceX launch a satellite into space with a partially used Falcon 9 rocketSpaceX just launched a satellite from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

The same Falcon 9 rocket was previously used for a mission in February. It was then recovered and refurbished.

SpaceX recovered the rocket after this launch too, which means it could be used for a third launch.

Elon Musk said this is a...
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News video: SpaceX Launches EchoStar Satellite From NASA's Kennedy Space Center

SpaceX Launches EchoStar Satellite From NASA's Kennedy Space Center 23:07

A SpaceX Falcon rocket successfully launched a communications satellite into orbit from NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre in Florida on Wednesday, October 11.The recycled first stage launcher landed safely on a landing ship while the second stage carried on to space with its cargo, EchoStar...

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