SpaceX has been selected for two new Falcon 9 missions, which would raise the number of launches for the company’s larger vehicle under contract to 21. CEO Elon Musk declines to identify the clients, but indicates “they are not U.S. government users” and predicts he will have “more commercial contracts by year’s end.” Musk says the inaugural Falcon 9 flight is planned for this summer, but admits two issues — the fairing and separation systems — could cause it to be delayed. SpaceX ...
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