SpaceX team headed to Australia to investigate Dragon space junk crash

SpaceX is going to the Australian outback in search of space debris.

Following reports that bits of the SpaceX Crew-1 Dragon spacecraft landed in the southeast of the country, teams from the California company are going to Australia to see what is there.



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