Recently, SpaceX had been on a hot streak, stringing together three successful ocean landings. This success was easy to take for granted, however, as there is nothing routine about going to space, not to mention autonomously landing its first stage rocket on a barge in the sea.
SpaceX successfully launched two satellites into orbit on Wednesday; however they could not quite pull of its fourth consecutive rocket landing at sea in the process.
SpaceX rocket crashes and burns
The first stage of the California-based company’s Falcon 9 rocket did manage to hit its target – a robotic “droneship” stationed in the Atlantic Ocean, a few hundred miles off the Florida coast – but wasn’t able to stick the landing.
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