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SpaceX Delays Rocket Launch, Eyes Potential Spaceflight 'Doubleheader'


SpaceX has delayed the launch of its next Falcon 9 rocket to at least Friday (June 23), setting the stage for a possible "weekend doubleheader," company representatives said this weekend. (Space.com) More More

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