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Space X - Falcon 1 Launch
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Space X - Falcon 1 Launch
The commercial space company Space X tests out their Falcon 1 launch vehicle. This was their second attempt at reaching Earth orbit and they lost telemetry on the craft shortly after it left the atmosphere.


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Posted by nova on March 22, 2007
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