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The first all-private crew to fly into Earth orbit launched Sept. 15 from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, streaking into space on top of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket powered by nine Merlin main engines.
Video: Tower rollback prior to launch of Mars Pathfinder atop a Delta 2
STS-133 onboard camera launch video
Timelapse video: The final space shuttle assembled for flight
A Vega rocket lifted off from a tropical launch pad in French Guiana at 1351 GMT (8:51 a.m. EST) Monday with Gokturk 1, a sharp-eyed reconnaissance satellite built in France and owned by the Turkish armed forces.
Photos: Falcon 9’s blastoff with BulgariaSat 1
European oceanography satellite rides Russian rocket into orbit
Soyuz crew relocates spacecraft to new space station parking spot
Blue Origin preps for suborbital launch
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