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First countdown for Falcon 9: Abort

SpaceX's first attempt to launch its Falcon 9 rocket, seen as a private-sector successor to the space shuttle fleet, was aborted with just a second or two left in the countdown at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. That doesn't mean we're done for the day.
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