NASA and SpaceX say they plan to go ahead with a March launch of the Falcon 9 despite a mishap during an October launch of the rocket. The unmanned rocket will travel on a mission to the International Space Station. "As is often the case with a failure like this on a system you don't get back, it was hard to find a specific smoking gun to point to, but a number of things were believed to be contributors that have been looked at," said Mike Suffredini, NASA's ISS program manager.

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