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This week in space: Boeing challenges Musk, Bezos to a ‘Mars-off’ while SpaceX investigates destroyed rocket

While it might be tempting to speculate on the motives that frenemies like Boeing, LockMart, or ULA might have to sabotage SpaceX, not even SpaceX thinks someone sniped its rocket.
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