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SpaceX drops satellite into high orbit but misses difficult booster landing

Posted by Jason Davis

04-03-2016 18:52 CST

Topics: commercial spaceflight, mission status

 
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Bob Ware: 03/08/2016 08:34 CST

Quitters never succeed. One day SpaceX will succeed. Without these first steps that accomplishment will never become the new normal. Some of the greatest quitters in human history said man can never fly.

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