SpaceX Dragon Lifts Off for ISS for First Time Since Last Year's Failure

An explosion after liftoff last year destroyed thousands of pounds of cargo headed to resupply the International Space Station.
1:40 | 04/08/16

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654321. I'm just engine ignition. Lift off that you falcon nine rocket science for today. And for deep space expiration tomorrow. The president committee. It's some really. Present. Thank you. Plus plus two minutes. First a separation too innocent 34 seconds. Standing by for first day separation. That was assistant on the retail. Stage two propulsion still nominal. Studio where the Kurdistan. We. When it went have deployed. Of course has written limit happen I don't.

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