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SpaceX gives rocket launch another try

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News video: SpaceX gives rocket launch another tryAfter a failed rocket launch in September 2016 created a massive explosion on a Florida launchpad, SpaceX will give it another shot with the Falcon 9 rocket. CBS News' Ben Tracy explains what's at stake.

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