Rocket Launches Carrying Satellite to Help Soldiers in Afghanistan
Friday night, a rocket launched at the Kennedy Space Center.
It is carrying a satellite that will be used to help soldiers and pilots find terrorists with drones.
The military will depend on the satellite for its mission in Afghanistan.
That mission is costing 342 million dollars.
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