SpaceX Re-Launch Rocket Booster with SES-11 from Kennedy Space Center


SpaceX have successfully launched their Falcon 9 rocket from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39A tonight. Liftoff took place at 22:53 UTC, October 11th 2017 and placed the SES-11 communications satellite into geostationary orbit. The first stage of the rocket had previously launched the CRS-10 Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station back in February 2017 thus marking the third time SpaceX have re-launched a flight proven booster.

This booster attempted at landing back on the Ocean going barge ‘Of Course I Still Love You’ in the Atlantic Ocean, successfully landing for what is the second time.

Source: SpaceX



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