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World’s First Private Orbital Launch Pad Open in New Zealand

How does a private space company that is ready to launch payloads into Earth orbit get a break around here? While Elon Musk talks about going to Mars in ten years, his SpaceX private orbital launch facility in Texas is ready yet. And Jeff Bezos brags about...
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