Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) will debut its Falcon Heavy rocket in April or May of 2016, the first of four missions the heavy-lifter will conduct next year, including two for commercial customers. In addition to the SpaceX-funded maiden flight, the Falcon Heavy is expected to lift a satellite for London-based fleet operator Inmarsat and another for ViaSat of Carlsbad, California, which is counting on SpaceX to launch its ViaSat-2 Ka-band communications spacecraft to orbit ...

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