SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket for the third time, and once again recovered it in the Atlantic using the "Just Read the Instructions" droneship,
"It was stunning, beautiful, and scary all at the same time," one Twitter user wrote.
On March 24, 2006, the company launched its first Falcon 1 rocket, but the mission was unsuccessful.
SpaceX is set to launch its 17th Starlink mission and its first of the year—sending 60 satellites into orbit.
The Russian space agency revealed its new reusable rocket project this week, which was broadly similar to SpaceX's Falcon 9 and forecast to start launches in 2026.
Saturday's Falcon 9 rocket launch is scheduled for lift off, weather permitting, at 5:21 a.m. EDT.
This is the final flight test for the SpaceX's next-generation Crew Dragon spacecraft.
The Starlink mission is intended to deliver "high speed broadband internet to locations where access has been unreliable, expensive, or completely unavailable," SpaceX reiterated this week.
The Dragon Crew escape test will explode the Falcon 9 rocket roughly 60,000 feet above Earth.
The aim of the ambitious Starlink project is to provide global internet coverage with low lag times by launching around 12,000 satellites into low-Earth orbit.
To the sound of applause, the rocket launched from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
If successful, the probe will be the first privately funded unmanned spacecraft to land on the moon.
SpaceX is launching a Falcon 9 rocket that will carry tons of scientific supplies to the International Space Station aboard a Dragon spacecraft.
The launch created an extremely rare, perfectly circular shock wave.
Unusually for SpaceX, the company is not trying to recapture and reuse this Falcon 9 rocket.
SpaceX will try and salvage the rocket from its watery grave.
Experts weigh in on the mystery.
The secret craft could have plunged back through the atmosphere.
Even Elon Musk hasn't revealed the restricted Zuma contents.
Keep your eyes on the road.
The SpaceX founder joked with confused Twitter users saying his Falcon 9 rocket was a nuclear alien UFO from North Korea.
The astronauts also have plans to see the new "Star Wars" movie.
Friday's Falcon 9 launch and landing was succesful, perhaps ushering in an age of reusable rockets.