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The original launch of SpaceX’s redesigned Falcon 9 rocket was planned for just a few days ago on Monday — but that mission was scrubbed at the last minute due to a technical glitch. It was sad for those who tuned in at the beginning of the week to watch the livestream, but the good news is that right now SpaceX is making another attempt with a 65-minute launch window that started at 5:39pm EST.
This morning, Elon Musk’s SpaceX program shot its third rocket into space. The Falcon 9 carries with it a Dragon cargo capsule and will deliver supplies to ISS astronauts not entirely unlike a 19th century freight train delivering mining equipment to California.
They say the first time never lasts as long as you’d want. Yesterday’s failed SpaceX Falcon 9 launch is no exception.
Did you know there was a very secret payload on board the Dragon spacecraft, the first private spaceship to reach orbit and return safely to Earth? SpaceX didn’t reveal what it was until today. The answer is deliciously funny.