Here’s Why Space X’s Launch Was a Big Deal

Falcon 9 is ready to be reused on a future mission.

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SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes seconds after launch. (Photo: AP screengrab)

After the little hiccup of Falcon 9’s explosion at its last launch in Florida, Space X has finally relaunched the rocket.

The Falcon 9 rocket, which was launched on Saturday, has returned to port in Southern California after landing on a floating platform in the Pacific Ocean.

But this also means that the rocket is ready to be reused on a future mission since it’s the world’s first fully reusable spacecraft.

(With inputs from NBC News)

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