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NASA finally carried out its plan to make man-made clouds on the East Coast

Typically, when NASA is planning on launching something it goes off without a hitch. Sometimes storms, wind, or other unforeseeable circumstances push the launch window back a few hours, or maybe a day or two, but things almost always get back on track fairly quickly. That most certainly hasn't been the cast with the agency's plan to launch a cloud-building rocket on the East Coast, having been over and over again for over a month due to imperfect conditions and other issues.
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