November 14, 2019

Watch Falcon 9 go upright on the launch pad in time lapse video


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A Falcon 9 rocket is moved into the position for a static test firing of its nine Merlin 1D engines on March 27, 2017. This is second time this vehicle has stood on a launch pad in readiness for launch. It will be the first time SpaceX has reused a Falcon 9 first stage. This time lapse video runs at 20 times normal speed.

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