Spacex / Mars / Texas Wednesday

A prototype of a spacecraft that SpaceX hopes one day to send to the moon and Mars touched down in one piece on a landing pad in Texas on Wednesday. Several previous landings had ended in fiery explosions.

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UPDATE: Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen was conscious and raised his hand when he was carried from the field

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