Apr 19, 2017 07:24 AM EDT
SpaceX Falcon 9 is now the pride of Elon Musk after making a history. The rocket is now set for next launch.
Elon Musk was not mistaken when at first, he believes that it's possible to recycle SpaceX rockets though several people are against its success. Now, after a historical success of the first reused SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, it is set for its next launch before April 30.
The expensive space travel had pushed Elon Musk to recycle their rockets, DogoNews reported. SpaceX CEO's confidence and determination for the success of SpaceX Falcon 9 recycling had brought the company's success and cut the expensive space travel a lot of budgets.
Historically, on the 30th day of March, SpaceX Falcon 9 has made its first-ever successful launch and landing. From being a previously used, almost everybody had no clue that it is going to be a success. The SpaceX Falcon 9 was first used in April last year to send foods and supplies to the ISS, and for the second time, it was used to send the communications satellite into orbit.
It's a well-done performance of a reused SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Elon Musk proudly stated, "I'm just incredibly proud of the SpaceX team for being able to achieve this incredible milestone."
Meanwhile, SpaceX is opted for a new mission, after the U.S. Department of Defense has required the use of its services for a mission. A government spy satellite will be launched soon for the National Reconnaissance Office and to make it successful, the satellite is scheduled to be launched on April 30 using a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
The mission will not only provide SpaceX services for the NRO, but it will also reflect a new era of competition between ULA and SpaceX, according to Orlando Sentinel. The two companies are the main launch providers from the Space Coast, which means whoever made it to the top will gain further business for Florida.
Now, aside from making the reuse SpaceX Falcon 9 more tough than before, the company is still on focus with issues concerning telecommunications satellites and cargo missions for the ISS. If SpaceX will succeed from the United Launch Alliance, through its incoming mission, SpaceX will start an era of an inexpensive space travel.
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