We still don't know what happened to Zuma, a secretive spy satellite that failed to reach orbit after launching from Cape Canaveral earlier this month. SpaceX has consistently claimed that its Falcon 9 rocket worked perfectly - a claim with added credence, now that the US Air Force has said it isn't going to dismiss the rocket company's right to vie for military contracts.
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Today, Elon Musk's SpaceX will launch "Zuma," a mysterious government spacecraft of unknown purpose, on one of its partially-reusable Falcon 9 two-stage rockets from Launch Complex 40 at Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The exact time of the launch has yet to be set, though SpaceX has set a two-hour window beginning at 12 AEDT. That's lunchtime today.