The movie that shot in the drones the moment when SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket recedes back to the ground while being rebounding is a masterpiece
On February 19, 2017 SpaceX who succeeded in launching "Falcon 9 Rocket" released an image of the aerial photograph of the first round of rocket landing succeeding with a drone.
Here's a drone's eye view of SpaceX's Falcon 9 landing - The Verge
The following movie captured the moment of Falcon 9 Rocket landing at the drone. The moment that the rocket descends from the sky while making a reverse jet and landing at the landing point is stored.
CRS-10 | Falcon 9 First Stage Landing - YouTube
The first Falcon 9 rocket came down from the sky along the coast of Florida peeping out for a little sunset. Although it looks very thin as a movie, it is actually a rocket whose diameter is 3.6 meters.
I tried to enlarge the image slightly. Falcon 9 which approached the ground unfolds the four folded legs to prepare for landing.
When finally arriving landing, strengthen the injection to relieve the shock of landing Falcon 9. Donut shaped smoke will rise around you.
Falcon 9, which has just landed like a reverse play of the video, stopped the engine. This means that SpaceX will have succeeded in the eighth landing.
I tend to think that it is not too easy to lose, but it guides the aircraft which has increased to about 80,000 meters per hour at an altitude of about 6000 km to a point on the ground accurately and landed on the ground It is not a technical expertise. It is SpaceX 's Falcon 9 rocket now becoming successful as normal, but by the time it had accumulated numerous failures.
SpaceX's return rocket video that fails and explodes immediately before landing is released - GIGAZINE
Regarding the success of this landing, Eleon Mask, SpaceX's CEO, also posted a landing appearance with his Instagram account.
This launch was responsible for carrying the material to the International Space Station (ISS), and the launch paddle at the Kennedy Space Center of NASA "39 th compound launch facility"Was launched from. This launch pad was all the rockets of the "Apollo project" that sent mankind for the first time and the bulk of the launch of the space shuttle was done. With SpaceX launching here, a new name is engraved in its history.
In addition, SpaceX was delivering technical webcasts including live images from rockets upon launch.14 minutes 28 secondsYou can see the very moment that jumps off from here. You can view the state from the following link.
CRS-10 Technical Webcast - YouTube