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  • SpaceX Lands All 3 Falcon Heavy Boosters for the First Time

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    This is the highlight reel for the second successful launch of Elon Musk's Falcon Heavy reusable booster on April 11th 2019. Details include the first time landing all three Falcon 9 boosters and a successful deployment if the ARABSAT-6A payload.
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  • See SpaceXs Falcon Heavy rocket land all 3 boosters for the first time

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    SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, the most powerful vehicle flying today, launched its first-ever mission for a paying customer. It was also the first time SpaceX managed to land all three rocket boosters after launch. #CNN #News

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  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy- Elon Musks Engineering Masterpiece

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    Tens of thousands of spectators made the pilgrimage from across the country & 22 million people around the world on Youtube witnessed the thunderous roar of the SpaceX's new 23-story-tall jumbo rocket as it has blasted off on its first test flight, carrying Elon Musk’s red Tesla sports car aiming for an endless trip past Mars.
    The Falcon Heavy rose from the same launch pad used by NASA nearly 50 years ago to send men to the Moon. With lift-off, the Heavy became the most powerful rocket in use today, doubling the lift-off punch of its closest competitor.
    Within three minutes, the Falcon Heavy’s two side boosters separated from the central rocket in one of the most critical points of the flight. Some eight minutes after launch, a pair of sonic booms rocked the area as the two side boosters set down in near synchrony on two landing pads.
    Flying atop the Falcon Heavy is SpaceX & Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s cherry-red Tesla Roadster, carrying a passenger—sort of. SpaceX revealed last weekend that a mannequin wearing the company’s new spacesuit would ride in the driver’s seat of the electric sports car ,nicknamed Starman.

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  • Touchdowns! SpaceX Lands All 3 Falcon Heavy Boosters After Launching Satellite

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    All three boosters of the Falcon Heavy rocket that launched the Arabsat-6A mission landed safely. Two landed on the ground in Florida and one on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean. -- Full Story:

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  • Elon Musk Extremely Emotional Reaction To Falcon Heavy Launch

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    SpaceX Starship SN10 prototype flew to an altitude of 6.2 miles (10 kilometers) and landed 6 minutes and 20 seconds after liftoff on Mar. 3, 2021. Unfortunately, it exploded several minutes after touchdown - see it here:

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  • Falcon Heavy: Reactions at SpaceX Mission Control

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    That moment when it all pays off!

    Falcon Heavy test flight, with live reactions from SpaceX Mission Control. These people are proud of their achievement, and rightfully so!

  • SpaceX lands rocket at sea, makes history

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    SpaceX has finally landed its Falcon 9 rocket on a drone ship at sea, after launching the vehicle into space this afternoon. It's the first time the company has been able to pull off an ocean landing, after four previous attempts ended in failure. Today's success is a crucial milestone for SpaceX, as it shows the company can land its rockets both on solid ground and ocean.

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  • Watch SpaceX Starship SN10 launch and stick landing!

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    After a failed attempt earlier in the day, the SpaceX team successfully launches and lands the Starship SN10 rocket in Boca Chica, Texas. A little while later, the SN10 rocket did indeed explode on the landing pad.

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  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy side booster landings compilation

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    A few different videos from the incredible side by side landing of the Falcon Heavy side boosters.
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  • Falcon Heavy boosters landing

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    Following booster separation, Falcon Heavy’s two side boosters (Block 5 B1052 and B1053) landed at SpaceX’s Landing Zones 1 and 2 (LZ-1 and LZ-2) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Falcon Heavy’s center core (Block 5 B1055) landed on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. The Falcon Heavy rocket launched the Arabsat-6A satellite from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A), at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on 11 April 2019, at 22:35 UTC (18:35 EDT).
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  • British Guy First Time Reacting To SpaceX Falcon Heavy

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    British Guy First Time Reacting To SpaceX Falcon Heavy (INCREDIBLE!!)

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    The Falcon Heavy test flight (also known as Falcon Heavy demonstration mission) was the first attempt by SpaceX to launch a Falcon Heavy rocket on February 6, 2018 at 20:45 UTC.The successful test introduced the Falcon Heavy as the most powerful rocket in operation, producing five million pounds-force (22 MN) of thrust and having more than twice the lift capacity of United Launch Alliance's Delta IV Heavy

    In April 2011, SpaceX was planning for a first launch of Falcon Heavy from Vandenberg Air Force Base on the West Coast in 2013.It refurbished Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg AFB to accommodate Falcon 9 and Heavy. The first launch from the Cape Canaveral East Coast launch complex was planned for late 2013 or 2014.

    Due partly to the failure of SpaceX CRS-7 in June 2015, SpaceX rescheduled the maiden Falcon Heavy flight in September 2015 to occur no earlier than April 2016, but by February 2016 had postponed it again to late 2016. The flight was to be launched from the refurbished Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39A.

    In August 2016, the demonstration flight was moved to early 2017,then to summer 2017, to late 2017and to January 2018.

    At a July 2017 meeting of the International Space Station Research and Development meeting in Washington, D.C., SpaceX CEO Elon Musk downplayed expectations for the success of the maiden flight:

    There's a real good chance the vehicle won't make it to orbit ... I hope it makes it far enough away from the pad that it does not cause pad damage. I would consider even that a win, to be honest.

    Musk went on to say the integration and structural challenges of combining three Falcon 9 cores were much more difficult than expected.The plan was for all three cores to land back on Earth after launch.

    In December 2017, Musk tweeted that the dummy payload on the maiden Falcon Heavy launch would be his personal midnight cherry Tesla Roadster playing David Bowie's Life on Mars, and that it would be launched into an orbit around the Sun that will take it as far out as Mars' orbit. He released pictures in the following days. The car has three cameras attached that provided epic views.

    On December 28, 2017, the Falcon Heavy was moved to the launch pad in preparation of a static fire test of all 27 engines, which was expected on January 19, 2018. However, due to the U.S. government shutdown that began on January 20, the testing and launch were further delayed.

    The static fire test was conducted on January 24, 2018.Musk confirmed via Twitter that the test was good and announced the rocket would be launched in approximately one week

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  • SpaceX Super Heavy booster test-fired for first time!

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    SpaceX conducted a static fire test of their Super Heavy prototype Booster 3 for the first time on July 19, 2021 in Boca Chica, Texas. Full Story:


    It was a full test duration firing of 3 Raptors on Super Heavy Booster! according to Elon Musk via Twitter.

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  • Camera Crew Reaction Video - Falcon Heavy Arabsat 6A Launch and Landing

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    Watch our livestream camera crew's reaction to the SpaceX Falcon Heavy Arabsat 6A launch and landing, as viewed from the NASA causeway press viewing site. Now with 50% less cheering but 200% more punching.

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  • SpaceX booster cam captures amazing launch and landing footage

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    SpaceX's SAOCOM-1B mission was launched atop a Falcon 9 rocket on Aug. 30, 2020. A camera on the first stage of the rocket captured its launch, re-entry and touchdown at Landing Zone-1 (LZ-1) in Florida. -- SpaceX launches Earth-observation satellite for Argentina, nails rocket landing:

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  • Arabsat-6A Mission

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    SpaceX is targeting Thursday, April 11 for a Falcon Heavy launch of the Arabsat-6A satellite from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The primary launch window opens at 6:35 p.m. EDT, or 22:35 UTC, and closes at 8:31 p.m. EDT, or 00:31 UTC on Friday, April 12. The satellite will be deployed approximately 34 minutes after liftoff.

    Following booster separation, Falcon Heavy’s two side boosters will attempt to land at SpaceX’s Landing Zones 1 and 2 (LZ-1 and LZ-2) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Falcon Heavy’s center core will attempt to land on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Watch: SpaceX launches Falcon 9 rocket carrying 105 small satellites

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    SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 105 small satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida and successfully landed the booster for reuse. Watch how the launch unfolded.

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  • SpaceX successfully lands Falcon Heavy rocket boosters

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    The Falcon Heavy, the most powerful operational rocket in the world, successfully landed all three of its rocket boosters. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on SpaceX's success.

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  • Touchdown! SpaceX lands booster for first time in 2021

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    SpaceX landed a Falcon 9 rocket first stage on the Just Read the Instructions drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean shorty after it launched the Turksat 5A mission from Florida on Jan. 7, 2021. Full Story:

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  • SpaceX Falcon 9 launch Starlink Mission

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    SpaceX is targeting Monday, January 18 for a Falcon 9 launch of 49 Starlink satellites to low Earth orbit from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The instantaneous launch window is at 7:04 p.m. EST (00:04 UTC on January 19).

    The booster supporting this mission previously launched GPS III-3, Turksat 5A, Transporter-2, and six Starlink missions. Following stage separation, SpaceX will land Falcon 9’s first stage on the A Shortfall of Gravitas droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. Each of Falcon 9’s fairing halves previously supported one Starlink mission.
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  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy lands all three rocket boosters for the first time

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    For the first time SpaceX Falcon Heavy landed all of three rocket boosters in a trip that was designed for commercial space travel

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  • SpaceX lands all three Falcon Heavy rocket boosters for the first time ever

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    For the first time ever, all three Falcon Heavy rocket boosters returned to Earth after launch. The two side-boosters landed simultaneously on ground pads in Florida, while the center core landed on a remote-controlled platform in the ocean a short time later.

  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy is Back Landing All 3 Boosters for the 1st Time - Arabsat-6A

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    The Falcons have landed - Elon Musk
    Following booster separation, Falcon Heavy’s two side boosters will attempt to land at SpaceX’s Landing Zones 1 and 2 (LZ-1 and LZ-2) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Falcon Heavy’s center core will attempt to land on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. - SpaceX

    This video is a recording of the live webcast available on spacex.com

  • Elon Musk Lands All 3 Falcon Heavy Boosters for the First Time

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    This is the highlight reel for the second successful launch of Elon Musk's Falcon Heavy reusable booster on April 11th 2019. Details include the first time landing all three Falcon 9 boosters and a successful deployment if the ARABSAT-6A payload.

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  • SpaceX nails triple booster landing - BBC News

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    Elon Musk's SpaceX Falcon Heavy launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida carrying a satellite into orbit for Saudi Arabian company Arabsat.

    As well as having its first commercial payload, it was also the first time the three lower boosters of the rocket returned to Earth successfully.

    The rocket is part of a growing number of launch services at SpaceX, which includes the Crew Dragon that docked onto the International Space Station in March.

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  • All 3 Falcon Heavy Boosters Land for the First Time

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    SpaceX launches its Falcon Heavy rocket for the second time, and the first time with cargo.

    In another first, all three reusable boosters successfully landed. A huge success for SpaceX.

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  • Falcon Heavy successfully landing ALL THREE BOOSTERS, first time in history 5/1/2019

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    Falcon heavy successfully lands all three of its boosters on landing pad for the FIRST TIME EVER. #spacex #theboringcompany #tesla #nasa

  • SpaceX Launches A Mega Rocket And Successfully Lands All Three Boosters For The First Time | TIME

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    SpaceX launched its second supersized rocket and for the first time landed all three boosters Thursday, a year after sending up a sports car on the initial test flight.
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  • Touchdowns! 2 SpaceX Falcon Heavy Boosters Land, 1 Fails

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    A SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket launched the STP-2 mission on June 25, 2019. During the return flight of the side boosters landed successfully on the ground but the center core failed to land on the Of Course I Still Love You droneship in the Atlantic Ocean. -- See the Launch:

    This Is What 2 Dozen Satellites Look Like Packed for Launch on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy:

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  • Watch a SpaceX booster land in awesome drone ship footage

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    A SpaceX rocket first stage landed on the Just Read the Instructions drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean a few minutes after launching the Lockheed Martin-built GPS III Space Vehicle 05 for the U.S. Space Force. It blasted off from Space Launch Complex 40 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on June 17, 2021. Full Story:

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  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy sticks historic landing | What the Future

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    Following its second launch, the SpaceX Falcon Heavy completed a perfect landing of all three boosters. Also, Israel attempts its first moon landing, we check out the Cue 3 three-point-shooting robot, and Chinese scientists say they've made monkeys smarter using human genes.

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  • First SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch, 2-6-2018, Uncut Through Side Booster Landings

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    Our family got to watch this launch from the East NASA Causeway viewing site, just 5 miles due south of Launch Complex 39A, and just 3 miles west-northwest of Landing Zones 1 and 2.

    Liftoff occurred at 3:45pm EST, February 6th, 2018.

    The video is uncut from roughly one minute before launch until after the side boosters land.

    Was so exciting to hear our oldest daughter so ecstatic during the launch... and that one rocket went up, but two came down!

    Watching those two side boosters screaming down to Earth with my own eyes, decelerating below the speed of sound, then at the last moment lighting their engines to slow themselves down just in time to gracefully touch back down on the ground... THEN hearing the CRACK/BANGS of two sets of triple sonic booms tear through the sky... and FINALLY hearing the sound of those roaring engines reach us three miles away... I simply had no words, as the video shows.

    Congratulations, SpaceX! Well, done indeed.

  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch and Booster Landing, Fairing catch

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    At 2:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 25, SpaceX launched the STP-2 mission from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Deployments began approximately 12 minutes after liftoff and ended approximately 3 hours and 32 minutes after liftoff.

    Falcon Heavy’s side boosters for the STP-2 mission previously supported the Arabsat-6A mission in April 2019. Following booster separation, Falcon Heavy’s two side boosters landed at SpaceX’s Landing Zones 1 and 2 (LZ-1 and LZ-2) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

    The center core of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket crashed into the ocean as it attempted to land on a drone ship. While the momentous launch has been otherwise successful for SpaceX, the crash means that SpaceX still has yet to recover a center core from any of its Falcon Heavy launches.

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  • SPACEX FALCON HEAVY SIDE BOOSTER LANDING.

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    One of the most amazing things I have ever seen. Falcon Heavys side boosters landed back on earth in the landing zone

  • SpaceX lands booster at sea in amazing rocket cam view

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    SpaceX's Falcon 9 first stage landed on the Of Course I Still Love You drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean on April 7, 2021 shortly after launching 60 Starlink satellites. It was the 79th recovery of a orbital-class rocket, according to SpaceX. See the rocket launch:

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  • Falcon Heavy launch and recovery of all 3 boosters

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    A sight to behold. From the Arabsat-6A mission.

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    On Thursday, April 11 at 6:35 p.m. EDT, Falcon Heavy launched the Arabsat-6A satellite from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The satellite was deployed approximately 34 minutes after liftoff.

    Following booster separation, Falcon Heavy’s two side boosters landed at SpaceX’s Landing Zones 1 and 2 (LZ-1 and LZ-2) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Falcon Heavy’s center core landed on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which was stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.


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  • Watch the entire SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket test flight

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    SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy Rocket today for the first time, setting up a pathway for future missions that may someday lead to humans becoming a multiplanetary species. Watch the entire launch replay from SpaceX.

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  • SpaceX Nails Landing of Reusable Rocket on Land

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    Jun.30 -- SpaceX launches 88 satellites, including three for Starlink, into orbit. Elon Musk says he wants to use the Starlink satellites to beam broadband internet everywhere in the world except the polar regions by August. After this latest launch, the Falcon 9 first stage rocket came back to Earth and landed at Cape Canaveral, instead of on a drone ship out in the ocean.

  • SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy rocket

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    Watch live coverage of the SpaceX Falcon heavy launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The Falcon Heavy will be carrying a Saudi telecommunications satellite into Earth’s orbit.
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  • SpaceX launches Crew-3 astronauts to space station, nails booster landing

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    SpaceX Crew-3 astronauts Raja Chari, Tom Marshburn, Kayla Barron, and Matthias Maurer launched to the International Space Station aboard the Crew Dragon Endurance on Nov. 10, 2021. Full Story:

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  • Spacex FH dual booster landing

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    This is when Spacex launched a falcon heavy back in February of 2018 and they landed the boosters side by side on landing zone 1 and 2. This was the first time they did this and they did it 2 other times

  • The most Incredible Falcon 9 Booster landing ever!!! | SpaceX

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    SpaceX has silently published an unlisted video featuring a range of new views – most in crisp 4K resolution – of Falcon 9 launch and landing operations from 2017 through the end of 2018, providing some of the most detailed perspectives yet of the company’s workhorse rocket.

    Despite the oddly buried nature of the video, unlisted on YouTube and hidden in plain sight at the top of the company’s Falcon 9 website page, it still offers a hint of the sheer quantity of content SpaceX has acquired after multiple years of operations and dozens upon dozens of Falcon 9 launches. Even further, almost all of the clips included in the 60-second ‘overview’ are likely the original-quality recordings generated while simultaneously streaming the same perspectives featured in past SpaceX webcasts, a feat that requires significant compression and reduced quality.

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    SpaceX has silently published an unlisted video featuring a range of new views – most in crisp 4K resolution – of Falcon 9 launch and landing operations from 2017 through the end of 2018, providing some of the most detailed perspectives yet of the company’s workhorse rocket.

    Despite the oddly buried nature of the video, unlisted on YouTube and hidden in plain sight at the top of the company’s Falcon 9 website page, it still offers a hint of the sheer quantity of content SpaceX has acquired after multiple years of operations and dozens upon dozens of Falcon 9 launches. Even further, almost all of the clips included in the 60-second ‘overview’ are likely the original-quality recordings generated while simultaneously streaming the same perspectives featured in past SpaceX webcasts, a feat that requires significant compression and reduced quality.


    Falcon 9 lands at SpaceX’s Cape Canaveral Landing Zone 1 (LZ-1). (SpaceX)


    Prior to a major website update that went live on March 3rd, 2019 (presumably coordinated to follow the successful launch of Crew Dragon), the Falcon 9 section of SpaceX’s website had been effectively untouched – aside from minor modifications to performance statistics and some written descriptions – since September 2015, a period of around 42 months. In March, SpaceX updated all of its website’s Falcon and Dragon sections, including new descriptions and the first official renders of Falcon 9 and Heavy in their latest Block 5 configurations, as well as a modernized section dedicated to the just-debuted Crew Dragon spacecraft.

    Most notably, of course, was an unlisted YouTube video linked at the top of the Falcon 9 page, offering 4K views of launches as recent December 2018’s SSO-A, the first time ever that the same Falcon 9 booster flew for the third time. Booster B1046.3 kicked off the video with a truly spectacular perspective of the rocket lifting off from SpaceX’s Vandenberg Air Force Base launch pad, easily one of the most beautiful (and equally significant) Falcon 9 launches ever.
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    SpaceX Falcon 9 booster in SERIOUS TROUBLE! - CRS24
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    After more than a week at sea, the SpaceX Falcon 9 booster responsible for the company’s 100th successful landing finally returned to port on Wednesday.
    The most recent revelation shows that both the 4-legged body and the engines of it were damaged and almost fell into the water.
    A big problem indeed.
    Why's that?
    What happened to this Falcon 9 booster?
    Let’s find out in today’s episode of Great SpaceX!

    SpaceX’s CRS-24 mission seemingly went off without a hitch. The company launched a cargo Dragon Capsule to the International Space Station for NASA, and the new booster, B1069, landed on Just Read the Instructions (JRTI) out in the Atlantic Ocean for the 100th successful landing of an orbital rocket booster. The booster sitting on the JRTI seemed as if it took a slightly heavier-than-normal landing, but otherwise, all seemed well. It was known that the ocean weather wasn’t ideal, with a moderate rating, but there were still no major signs of issues… yet.
    Just Read the Instructions and support ship Doug stayed at the landing zone for multiple days, much longer than they would normally, getting underway on December 23 from the December 20 launch. At that rate, the pair were set to arrive on Christmas.
    SpaceX Falcon 9 booster in SERIOUS TROUBLE! - CRS24
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