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The Falcon Heavy Roadster Launch reveals how Tesla and SpaceX are already beginning to merge (TSLA)

A Tesla-SpaceX merger has been discussed on Wall Street. There are plenty of arguments in favor of a deal. But with the Falcon Heavy launch and the Tesla Roadster's journey to space, the two companies are effectively already conjoined. Tesla — I mean SpaceX — made spectacular news and restarted a space race out of "The Right Stuff" last week with the successful test flight of the Falcon Heavy rocket.
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