A passenger walks past a TV screen broadcasting a news report on North Korea's long range rocket launch at a railway station in Seoul, South Korea, February 7, 2016.   Credit: REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (C) reacts as he watches a long range rocket launch in North Korea
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A metal object believed to be a part of North Korean long range rocket launched Feb. 7 is seen in this undated handout picture provided by South Korean Defense Ministry and released by Yonhap  Feb. 9.  Credit: REUTERS/Defense Ministry/Yonhap
U.S. Senate hopeful Patrick Murphy, second from right, meeting Feb. 5 with the Economic Development Commission of Florida's Space Coast. Credit: Patrick Murphy for U.S. Senate via Facebook
A SpaceX Falcon 9, shown above rolling out to the pad for its Jan. 17 launch of the Jason-3 satellite, will launch SES-9 on Feb. 24, according to SES. Credit: SpaceX
A SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft berthed to the International Space Station. SpaceX had the best technical ratings of the three winning CRS-2 proposals, but also, by the approach NASA used, the highest price. Credit: NASA
United Launch Alliance successfully launched Feb. 5  an Atlas 5 rocket carrying the GPS 2F-12 satellite for the U.S. Air Force. Credit: ULA.
The Air Force, frustrated by Raytheon's work on a new ground control system for GPS 3 satellites, awarded Lockheed Martin a $96 million to develop a contingency plan until the program is ready. | Credit: Raytheon video grab
Artist's concept of a single-state-to-orbit spacecraft, powered with beamed microwaves. Credit: Escape Dynamics
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio speaking with attendees at the 2015 Iowa Growth & Opportunity Party at the Varied Industries Building at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, Iowa. Credit: Gage Skidmore
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A ULA Atlas 5 rocket with the GPS 2F-12 satellite, is rolled to the pad at Space Launch Complex 41. Credit: United Launch Alliance.
NASA rolled out this infographic in December 2014 illustrating its Journey to Mars. Credit: NASA

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