With Successful Debut, SpaceX Falcon Heavy Becomes Heir To Saturn V
On Feb. 6, Elon Musk’s SpaceX demonstrated a viable successor to the mighty Saturn V rocket, which flew 13 times between 1967 and '73—shouldering the space transportation needs of a nation embroiled in a Cold War with the Soviet Union by launching a dozen missions for the Apollo Moon program and...
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