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Update - The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg reported that SpaceX's launch on Sunday, January 8, 2018, of the Falcon 9 rocket carrying a satellite
called Zuma is of a sensitive nature to an unknown US government agency that has not reached its orbit, and it is not certain if it has anything to do
with the body that spotted the skies of Sudan early Monday morning.
The story began to appear on Monday, January 9, 2018, when information was leaked that a satellite was experiencing technical problems before it came
into orbit as it fell back into the ground and was burned at the top of the atmosphere, citing the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg.
Due to the sensitive nature of the Zuma satellite, SpaceX did not offer full details of the launch during the live broadcast on the Internet.
Typically, when a business is in business, SpaceX offers a full display of take-off, space-boarding, orbit access and payload status.
But during his mission, "Zuma" did not show the coverage of the separation of the satellite from the repression that was surrounding during the
takeoff and did not show the process of putting it in orbit.
According to Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal, the upper stage of the Falcon 9 failed and the satellite was not separated from the rocket.
SpaceX commented: "The Falcon 9 has carried the Uzma into orbit and we do not comment on such missions.
It should be noted that there is no information on the size of the satellite "Zuma" or its purpose and no information about the nature of orbit or the
timing and place of fall.
But the indications that what appeared in the skies of Sudan at dawn on Monday may be the high stage of the rocket (Falcon 9) and the satellite "Zuma"