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source The SpaceX Falcon Heavy launches Arabsat-6A from Kennedy Space Center.
The SpaceX Falcon Heavy launches its first commercial satellite from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center.
If all goes well, the three-core space vehicle will carry Saudi Arabia's […]