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SpaceX's rocket check wasn't a whole success - however was shut

12 February 2018

On Tuesday, Elon Musk and the SpaceX program successfully launched the most powerful rocket in history into space, carrying along Musk's Tesla Roadster and am astronaut dummy as its payload.

"It seems surreal to me", Musk said during a news conference after the launch.

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On 6 February, the launch of super-heavy carrier rocket Falcon Heavy to test launch is not held in an empty CEO Elon Musk proposed the USA air force and NASA to use his rocket to deliver their cargoes into orbit for free.

According to commentators, the success would inspire SpaceX to develop even larger rockets, which could help fulfill Musk's dream of sending people to Mars.

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"Holy flying fuck, that thing took off", Musk as the Falcon Heavy rose from its launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center.

As earlier this week, Musk was careful ahead of the launch to manage expectations about how the Falcon Heavy would perform, noting that. "If we're successful in this, it is game over for all other heavy-lift rockets".

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SpaceX's rocket check wasn't a whole success - however was shut