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SpaceX successfully retrieves block 5 Falcon 9, paving the way for third relaunch - CNET

CNET Cutting Edge - Tue 7 Aug 18

The first-ever successful relaunch of block 5 Falcon 9 rocket puts SpaceX in the perfect position to reuse it for a third time.

SpaceX Re-Launches 'Block 5' Rocket for 1st Time, Nails Landing Again - Tue 7 Aug 18

SpaceX has checked off another reusability milestone, re-flying the latest version of its Falcon 9 rocket for the first time ever.

SpaceX relaunches the final Falcon 9 rocket design

Engadget - Tue 7 Aug 18

Tonight, SpaceX has launched a satellite to geostationary orbit, but that payload isn't what makes this mission special: it's the rocket itself. The private space corporation ...

Watch SpaceX’s Falcon 9 ‘Block 5’ rocket take its first re-flight

TechCrunch - Tue 7 Aug 18

SpaceX is sending of one of newest Falcon 9 rockets back into space for the second time this early morning U.S. time. The Falcon 9 ‘Block 5’ rocket is designed to be able to go ...

Watch SpaceX Re-fly Its 1st 'Block 5' Falcon 9 Rocket Early Tuesday! - Mon 6 Aug 18

The newest version of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket will get its first big reusability test early Tuesday morning (Aug. 7), and you can watch the action live.

One of SpaceX’s powerful new Falcon 9 rockets is going on its second mission tonight

The Verge - Mon 6 Aug 18

Early Tuesday morning, SpaceX is slated to launch a new communications satellite from the Florida coast, using one of its used Falcon 9 rockets for the job. However, this is the ...

SpaceX to reuse uber-recyclable Falcon 9 rocket for first time - CNET

CNET - Mon 6 Aug 18

Elon Musk's dream of reusing his rockets many times over gets a step closer this week with the first relaunch of a so-called "block 5" Falcon 9.

SpaceX set to re-fly a Block 5 rocket for the first time tonight

Ars Technica - Mon 6 Aug 18

Mission success would open the door to the third flight of a Falcon 9 rocket.