SpaceX’s satellite launch on Monday almost went perfectly… almost
SpaceX has had an incredibly busy year. The company has been sticking to a schedule of satellite launches for a variety of clients, while also continuing to develop its Starship rocket-of-the-future, and running resupply missions to the International Space Station for NASA.
With all that in mind, SpaceX's latest launch, which took place on Monday night, was like icing on an already delicious cake. The mission, which saw the deployment of an internet satellite designed to service the South Pacific ocean, went rather smoothly. Everything went perfectly... almost.
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