A SpaceX rocket that blasted off into space won't make it back to dry land intact. The company announced that the center core of the three boosters on the Falcon Heavy rocket was damaged during transport from the ship it landed on. While the booster was being taken back to Port Canaveral, rough seas prevented it from staying upright. This appears to be the only setback of last week's launch from Kennedy Space Center of the most powerful rocket in operation in the world.
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