Last week SpaceX successfully landed Falcon 9 rocket on a floating drone ship for the second time. Now we can see how it has happened – SpaceX, on its official YouTube Channel, has posted a video giving three different camera angles of Falcon 9 first stage landing after sending the JCSAT-14 satellite on to Geostationary Transfer Orbit.
Falcon 9 is the next-generation rocket designed for the reliable and safe transport of satellites and the Dragon spacecraft into orbit. The two-stage rocket can carry a payload of up to 22,800kg (50,265 lb) to low Earth orbit (LEO) and 8,300kg (18,300 lb) to geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO).
The three Camera Angles video shows the rocket coming down to the drone ship. Take a look at the incredible night footage.