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SpaceX's Falcon Heavy center booster lacked enough ignition fluid to light engines, land on platform, Musk says

The center core booster of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy didn’t land on a floating sea platform as intended during last week’s first test flight because it ran out of ignition fluid, company Chief Executive Elon Musk said Monday. Musk took to Twitter on Monday morning to give a few more updates on the...
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