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  SpaceX Fires Engines on Big New Rocket
 
  SpaceX fired up its newest, biggest rocket in a critical launch pad test Wednesday.

The Falcon Heavy briefly roared to life for the first time at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. All three boosters — 27 engines in all — were tested. The thunderous booms could be heard at the press site three miles away, as huge white clouds of engine exhaust billowed into a clear blue sky. Everything appeared normal: The 230-foot (70-meter) rocket stood tall and brilliantly white after the test on the historic pad once used by NASA's Apollo moon rockets and space shuttles.

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