SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launch From Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launch From Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launch From Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

Keeping up a run of middle-of-the-night launches from Cape Canaveral, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket powered by a recycled first stage booster climbed into orbit early Tuesday with the Indonesian Merah Putih communications satellite.

Falcon 9 B1046.2 successfully landed aboard OCISLY after its second launch, paving the way for its third mission and beyond.

The Block 5 is SpaceX's final version of the Falcon 9, and features improvements to enable first-stage reuse 10 or more times. The Block 5 had its initial launch on May 11.

A 65-minute launch window opens up at 3:33 a.m. on Saturday.

Seconds before touchdown, four legs deployed and the rocket settled to an on-target landing.

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As the satellite headed to space, the first stage used grid fins and thrusters to land on a floating ship, almost 400 miles off the Florida cost.

The rocket's first stage made a successful landing on the "Of Course I Still Love You" drone ship.

Around the same time, the Falcon 9's upper stage shut down and entered a preliminary orbit before a almost 20-minute coast across the Atlantic. Yes, the first stage was just used in a launch back in May that sent Bangladeshi communications satellite Bangabandhu into orbit.

In the tiny hours of Tuesday morning, SpaceX launched an Indonesian satellite in its 15th flight this year.

But SpaceX engineers needed to actually make sure that was true, that after its first use Block 5 would be ready to get out there again. SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk has advertised the Falcon 9 Block 5 as "the most reliable rocket ever built".

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"Ironically, we need to take it apart to confirm that it does not need to be taken apart", Musk said during a May 10 call with reporters.

"Once we recover this booster, we plan to fly it a third time later this year", Lyons said. SpaceX's previous offering, the Falcon 9 booster, could be reused twice and cost $60 million to launch.

Between 30 and 50 boosters for Falcon 9 Block 5 vehicles could be manufactured to meet customer demand, each flying multiple times, he said.

The launch has been delayed from August 2 and August 4.

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