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  1. This Video Shows Every Single SpaceX Falcon 9 Landing Attempt Thus Far

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    Elon Musk founded SpaceX 15 years ago and has now transformed it into a household name.

    The private company continues to push the envelope when it comes to space exploration and recently set a new milestone by landing a used rocket for the first time ever.

    Two years ago, SpaceX began attempting what was at the time thought to be virtually impossible, which was landing a rocket on a floating barge after sending it into space.

    Below we have a video of every single SpaceX Falcon 9 landing attempt, showcasing every success and failure thus far.

  2. SpaceX Makes History By Landing a Used Rocket For The First Time Ever

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    SpaceX continues to do the unthinkable.

    Last week, the private space giant successfully landed a used Falcon 9 rocket on one the company’s drone ships in the Atlantic Ocean.

    The endeavor marks a historic mark in space transport, representing the first time ever SpaceX reused and landed one of its rockets.

    The Instagram video below shows the Falcon 9 touching down like a feather on the floating barge, constituting the sixth successful attempt overall and first time SpaceX landed a rocket which had already been to space.

    There is no doubt that the future of space travel is bright!

    Falcon 9 landing on the "Of Course I Still Love You" droneship after delivering SES-10 into orbit.

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  3. SpaceX’s Next Rocket Landing Attempt Will Be June 28th, Elon Musk’s Birthday

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    SpaceX has moved the scheduled Falcon 9 launch from Friday, June 26 to Sunday, June 28, which happens to be Elon Musk’s birthday.

    Musk could potentially receive an incredible 44th birthday gift if the rocket can finally land on the floating barge after its resupply mission to the International Space Station.

    Check out how close the rocket came to landing during the last attempt from SpaceX: