SpaceX completes static fire test, historic launch could come Saturday

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On Sunday afternoon, SpaceX completed a static fire test of its Falcon 9 rocket in advance of a planned cargo launch to the International Space Station. During the short test all nine of its Merlin-1D engines fired while the rocket was clamped down. The upcoming launch is notable because it will be the company’s first from the historic Launch Complex-39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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