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It's been three years, but SpaceX's Falcon Heavy might finally launch again this month

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It's been three years, but SpaceX's Falcon Heavy might finally launch again this month

SpaceX could finally launch Falcon Heavy again this month after a three-year hiatus. The massive launch system will carry a mysterious U.S. Space Force payload to a high-altitude geosynchronous orbit.

Chris Young

10/6/2022


It's been three years, but SpaceX's Falcon Heavy might finally launch again this month

innovation

It's been three years, but SpaceX's Falcon Heavy might finally launch again this month

SpaceX could finally launch Falcon Heavy again this month after a three-year hiatus. The massive launch system will carry a mysterious U.S. Space Force payload to a high-altitude geosynchronous orbit.

Chris Young

10/6/2022


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