JERUSALEM – Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) says the return-to-flight mission of its Falcon 9 rocket will lift 11 second-generation machine-to-machine satellites to low Earth orbit for New Jersey-based Orbcomm, rather than the previously planned SES-9 satellite destined for geostationary ...

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