SpaceX Space X Launched Falcon 9 Rocket:- Elon Musk’s SpaceX Company has now successfully launched their Falcon 9 rocket carrying the SAOCOM 1A and ITASAT 1 satellites, on October 7, 2018 near Santa Barbara, California. Huge number of watchers had gathered to witness the company’s latest rocket launch (and landing).
Space X Launched Falcon 9 on California Coast, Good news for Elon Musk:-
Minutes earlier, the Falcon 9 rocket had leapt off the pad, tasked with delivering Argentina’s newest Earth-observing satellite—SAOCOMM-1A— into space. Falcon’s pyrotechnics is in full display due to the clear sky. The rocket’s first and reusable stage landed successfully, marking the first West Coast landing for a booster. The first stage of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket has successfully returned after 8 minutes of its launch from the pad.
The SpaceX Falcon 9’s first stage booster stuck its landing in the center of LZ-4, SpaceX new landing pad which is located now at Vandenberg Air Force Base. Following that flight, the booster had landed safely at sea, before getting hauled back to land. Now it stands tall atop LZ-4. For returning into the land it needs more fuel. This is the first time a rocket has been successfully landed on solid ground in California. Previously, the SpaceX ground landings all have been occurred at the company’s launch site: Cape Canaveral, Florida, where the company has a pair of launch and landing pads.
The SpaceX uses its features for both landing and launching. As SpaceX is mastered in this type of launching but every time they have to face lots of challenges, especially when the landing pad is mere feet away from the launch pad. SpaceX Falcon 9 closer to its goal of sending a rocket back to space within 24 hours.