Watching A Rocket Touch Down Is Unlike Anything You’ve Seen Before

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On May 1, SpaceX succeeded in a initial goal for a U.S. troops after receiving acceptance to launch satellites for a Air Force in 2015.

After rising the NROL-76 — a tip view satellite for a National Reconnaissance Office — atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, a rocket’s initial theatre overwhelmed behind down during a company’s alighting pad, Landing Zone 1. While not most is famous about a mission’s purpose or where a satellite will orbit, one thing’s for certain — examination a Falcon 9 in movement is implausible and infrequently mesmerizing.

But don’t take my word for it. Check it out for yourself in this overwhelming footage!

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Watch a impulse Falcon 9 initial launches and afterwards separates from a satellite below.

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Here’s another angle of a landing. So cool!

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On May 1, SpaceX succeeded in a initial goal for a U.S. troops after receiving acceptance to launch satellites for a Air Force in 2015.

After rising the NROL-76 — a tip view satellite for a National Reconnaissance Office — atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, a rocket’s initial theatre overwhelmed behind down during a company’s alighting pad, Landing Zone 1. While not most is famous about a mission’s purpose or where a satellite will orbit, one thing’s for certain — examination a Falcon 9 in movement is implausible and infrequently mesmerizing.

But don’t take my word for it. Check it out for yourself in this overwhelming footage!

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Watch a impulse Falcon 9 initial launches and afterwards separates from a satellite below.

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Here’s another angle of a landing. So cool!

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