Eleven Days

Eleven days after SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket booster landing at sea, its returning back to the company’s space-age garage in Florida, in preparation for engine tests and potentially the first-ever reuse of its rocket hardware.

The Falcon blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida and lofted a Dragon cargo capsule toward the International Space Station on April 8. Minutes after launch, the first-stage booster made touchdown on spaceport drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean.

A few days later the ship travelled back to Florida’s Port Canaveral in Florida. Then the booster shipped for a travel back to SpaceX’s launch processing at Kennedy Space Centre.

 

Another really interesting thing recently that caught my attention from Berkley University research from Ali Javi take a look

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