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SpaceX rocket meant to be destroyed somehow survives

SpaceX had a delightful surprise on Wednesday. The private spaceflight company launched its Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral with Luxembourg's first military satellite, GovSat-1, in tow. SEE ALSO: Here’s how NASA is preparing the largest telescope ever built for space The satellite, to be used for secure communications over sea and humanitarian operations, was successfully deployed 32 minutes into its flight.
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