SpaceX's first reusable rocket is again in its hangar

SpaceX's first reusable rocket is back in its hangar

As a reminder of considered one of 2015’s biggest accomplishments, SpaceX founder Elon Musk posted another image (embedded under) of the report setting Falcon 9 rocket it launched to area after which landed once more at Cape Canaveral. Now the rocket is again in its hangar and after displaying no injury from its journey, is “prepared to fireside once more.” That bodes properly for future launches, however it’s unlikely to occur for this unit. After the historic occasion, Musk informed reporters “we’ll in all probability maintain this one on the bottom,” and after testing will put it “someplace.” There is no phrase on which museum the rocket will find yourself in, however hopefully Musk is aware of our mantel is out there.

SpaceX's first reusable rocket is back in its hangar

Falcon 9 again within the hangar at Cape Canaveral. No injury discovered, prepared to fireside once more.

A photograph posted by Elon Musk (@elonmusk) on

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