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SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy rocket, lands 2 side boosters simultaneously on land

In a historic first, SpaceX launched its long-awaited Falcon Heavy rocket Tuesday and landed its two side boosters on land - a feat the Hawthorne, Calif., space company hopes will lead to increased commercial and national security missions.

The company said it was still waiting on news about the landing of its center core booster, which was set to land on a floating platform at sea.

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