Falcon 9 failure debris washes up off English coast


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Rocket debris thought to have come from the launch failure of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 earlier this year has washed up on the shore of the Isles of Scilly near the southwestern tip of England.

I am sure that SpaceX engineers will want to look at this as it might help them better understand the causes of the launch failure.

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