Falcon 9 Booster Landing

Falcon 9 is a two-stage rocket fuelled by RP-1 propellant which is oxidized by subcooled liquid oxygen. The rocket first flew in June 2010 and has completed 47 launches to date with one failure.

Falcon 9 is a two-stage rocket designed and manufactured by SpaceX for the reliable and safe transport of satellites and the Dragon spacecraft into orbit.

Falcon 9 is a family of two-stage-to-orbit medium lift launch vehicles, named for its use of nine Merlin first-stage engines, designed and manufactured by SpaceX.Variants include the inital v1.0 (), v1.1 (partially-reusable), and current "Full Thrust" v1.2 (partially-reusable). Falcon 9 is powered by rocket engines utilizing liquid oxygen (LOX) and rocket-grade kerosene propellants.

Launch statistics. Rockets from the Falcon 9 family have been launched 51 times over 8 years, resulting in 49 mission successes (96.1% success rate), one partial success (with primary orbital payload delivery completed, but a secondary payload left in a lower-than-planned orbit), and one failure (with total loss of spacecraft).The recent Zuma satellite was unofficially reported lost despite ...

SpaceX launches Falcon 9 rocket, lands booster back on land. Landing back in Florida is a first for pioneering private space company.

(Updated: You can watch the launch live below; it’s set for Tuesday 3:45pm EST.) SpaceX is working toward a much-anticipated launch of the Falcon Heavy rocket, and it’s confirming an impressive twist to the event. A SpaceX spokesperson says the company will attempt the first-ever triple landing ...

SpaceX’s historic first Falcon Heavy flight will be immediately followed by a historic first landing attempt, too. The commercial space company headed by Elon Musk confirmed over the weekend that the test launch will also include an attempt to recover the three booster cores used by the rocket to ...

As stated above, GovSat-1’s Falcon 9 booster (1032) was apparently being used to test an exceptionally aggressive landing burn in lieu of a drone ship beneath it.

One of the things most of us like most about Elon Musk is that he isn’t afraid to talk about failures. In fact, he made an awesome video of SpaceX’s failed Falcon 9 booster landings for us to watch in the past. We all know that the actual launch of the Falcon Heavy with Musk’s own Tesla ...

This afternoon, SpaceX launched its second Falcon 9 rocket of the year from Florida, but the company chose not to land the booster after takeoff and instead dispensed it in the ocean. In a weird twist, the Falcon 9 still managed to survive its fall into the deep sea waters and is bobbing intact in ...

Returned Spacex Falcon 9 Booster Unlikely To Fly Again Falcon 9

the falcon 9 booster atop its flat landing pad after making a historic return to a

Spacex Falcon 9 Booster Leans In For At Sea Landing Geekwire

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Spacex Scheduled To Return Falcon 9 Rocket To Flight Sunday

this frame from a spacex animation of a rocket landing shows a falcon 9 booster descending

Spacex Successfully Relands A Rocket Booster After A Launch

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Spacex Images Highlight Perfect Falcon 9 Landing

the falcon 9 booster sitting successfully on the barge after landing credit spacex

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