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SpaceX launches payload of 'muscle mice,' barley grains to space station

FOXNews.com Thursday, 5 December 2019
SpaceX launched a 3-ton cargo payload to the International Space Station on Thursday, which included barley grains for a beer experiment, mice and a robot designed to show empathy.
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News video: SpaceX To Launch Genetically Enhanced 'Mighty Mice' To The International Space Station

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SpaceX will launch a spacecraft loaded with 5,700 pounds of supplies — including a group of genetically enhanced 'mighty mice' — to the International Space Station on Thursday. Katie Johnston reports.

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