Elon Musk-led aerospace manufacturer, SpaceX made history yesterday by relaunching and landing a used Falcon 9 rocket. This is the first time ever that a rocket has been used for an orbital mission twice. SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket ship accomplished its first ever sea landing after delivering a payload to the International Space Station, followed by a mission to deploy the JCSAT-14 satellite to a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit. A Falcon 9 rocket was also recently launched from the historic launch pad 39A at Nasa’s Kennedy Space Center successfully delivering a 5,500kg payload to the International Space Station. Before this mission, the company's Falcon 9 rockets had successfully completed 8 spatial round trips, making this the ninth victorious launch and landing for the company.
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