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WSJ: SpaceX not to blame for 'Zuma' spy satellite disaster


WSJ: SpaceX not to blame for 'Zuma' spy satellite disaster All eyes were on SpaceX back in January, when a Falcon 9 rocket launched a mysterious payload called Zuma into orbit. But soon after its supposed deployment, reports started coming in that Zuma hadn't fared well and the satellite had failed. Because the payload, from contractor Northrop Grumman, was classified, there wasn't much additional information, though many grumbled that SpaceX was at fault. Now, The Wall Street Journal reports that government and industry experts are of the opinion that the failure was the fault of Northrop Grumman, not SpaceX.   More



(Source: Engadget - Apr 10)

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