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This week in space: Something happened with SpaceX I believe? Hayabusa 2's asteroid sample lands in Australia, VG aborts its first spaceflight attempt from New Mexico, and loads more...

13 Dec 2020, 10:00 UTC
This week in space: Something happened with SpaceX I believe? Hayabusa 2's asteroid sample lands in Australia, VG aborts its first spaceflight attempt from New Mexico, and loads more...
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