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SpaceX reveals why Falcon Heavy’s center booster crashed into the ocean

Last week's launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy was incredible for so many reasons, not least of which was Elon Musk's extremely low expectations for the craft's debut. Despite it being the very first test flight, things went almost perfectly for SpaceX, and Musk's own Tesla Roadster sailed for the heavens while two Falcon-9-based side boosters landed side by side for the world to see.
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