SpaceX Set to Resume Launch of Falcon 9 Rocket

Wochit Headline News - January 13, 2017

SpaceX is set to resume space travel four months after a rocket exploded while fueling.

The latest Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base on Jan. 14th.

The rocket will carry a payload of satellites into orbit.

Back in September at Cape Canaveral, a Falcon 9 exploded on the launch pad, destroying the rocket and its payload, a nearly $200 million satellite.

Despite the September setback, the company has successfully launched 27 rockets, only two have failed..


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