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'Falcon Heavy to launch next month from Apollo 11 pad at the Cape. Guaranteed to be exciting, one way or another,' Musk originally posted earlier this month.
Stratolaunch successfully travelled down the runway at 25 knots (28 miles per hour/45km/h).
Once low-speed taxi tests have been safely completed, the company will begin the next phase of taxi testing, which will include increased speeds.
A new non-invasive technique allowed experts to take intricate scans of the second century portrait, revealing the materials and methods the artist used.
The images show that the ancient painter used beeswax and plant dyes to craft the Noblewoman's likeness.