(Bloomberg) — Early this morning at Cape Canaveral, employees of Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. rejoiced.A Falcon Heavy delivered 24 satellites into three distinct orbits while the rocket’s twin boosters landed safely back on Earth almost simultaneously. Apart from the failure of the center booster to land on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean, the mission that Musk had described as SpaceX’s toughest test yet had been a success.Read more: SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy rocket in toughest liftoff yetThe launch underscores SpaceX’s status as one of the world’s most valuable closely held companies. It’s worth $34 billion, according to an analysis by EquityZen, a marketplace for shares of tech firms that haven’t yet gone public.While investors are clamoring for a piece of Musk’s

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