Falcon 9 rocket test scrubbed on launchpad

03/11/2010 | RedOrbit

With two seconds to go before engine ignition, Space Exploration on Tuesday aborted a test firing of its Falcon 9 rocket intended to ferry astronauts and supplies to the International Space Station. With 15 NASA contracts for Falcon 9 missions already in hand, SpaceX is preparing the rocket for a demonstration flight later this year.

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