LOS ANGELES — Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) says the first flight of a reused booster could take place as early as 2015 following encouraging results from the controlled landing into the Atlantic of a modified Falcon 9 first stage on April 18. The booster test occurred after the launch of the company’s third cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) from Kennedy Space Center, and took place the day after the first test flight of the Falcon 9 ...
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