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SpaceX rocket launches might resume next month: Musk

Engineers investigating the explosion of one of SpaceX's rockets in September have figured out what went wrong
Monday, November 7, 2016 - 05:50

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The cascade of explosions on Sept 1 that destroyed the Falcon 9 rocket as well as a US$200 million satellite was perplexing because it occurred before the ignition of the engines for a planned test.

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ENGINEERS investigating the explosion of one of SpaceX's rockets in September have figured out what went wrong, and launches could resume in mid-December, Elon Musk, the company's chief executive, said.

"I think we've gotten to the bottom of the problem," Mr Musk said

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