The Falcon 9 first-stage Spacex landing tests were a series of controlled-descent flight tests conducted by SpaceX between 2013 and 2016. The program’s objective was to reliably execute controlled re-entry, descent and landing (EDL) of the Falcon 9 first stage into Earth’s atmosphere after the stage completes the boost phase of an orbital spaceflight. The first tests aimed to touch down vertically in the ocean at zero velocity. Later tests attempted to land the rocket precisely on an autonomous spaceport drone ship (a barge commissioned by SpaceX to provide a stable landing surface at sea) or at Landing Zone 1 (LZ-1), a concrete pad at Cape Canaveral. The first ground landing at LZ-1 succeeded in December 2015, and the first landing at sea on a drone ship in April 2016. The second landed booster, B1021, was the first to fly again in March 2017, and was recovered a second time.
This stream will show a collection of videos showing numerous Spacex launches and landings of their Falcon 9 rocket, including that of CRS-12 Missions include: CRS-11 Iridium 2 SES-10 BulgariaSat NROL-76 Intelsat 35e Incredible views of Falcon 9 launching on various mission and also Space-x landing back on a drone ship and land.