Moscow space officials on Sunday said they were puzzled by "hysteria" around the successful SpaceX flight as Elon Musk taunted Russia and US President Donald Trump vowed to beat it to Mars. On Saturday, SpaceX made history by becoming the world's first commercial company to send humans into orbit, leading Russia to lose its long-held monopoly on space travel. Musk lobbed a jab at Dmitry Rogozin, the Russian space chief who once said Washington may one day be forced to "deliver its astronauts to the ISS by using a trampoline".
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Mark McGwire hits a walkoff two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth as Southern California defeats Northern California, 9-7, in Game 5 of the I-5 Series.
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Up to 20 homes on the edge of the cliff in Eastchurch, Kent, were forced to evacuate after a rock collapse on Friday night which left one perched over the sea.
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