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Flat-Earther Community Dismisses SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Launch As Nothing But A Hoax

When Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket earlier this week with a Tesla Roadster convertible onboard, it was one of the most talked about stories in the world of science. But for many of the world’s self-styled flat-earthers, SpaceX’s amazing feat might not have even happened and might have been nothing more than a “good car ad” or a fake publicity stunt.
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