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Falcon 9 Puts Payload in Orbit and Almost Lands First Stage

By Keith Cowing
April 14, 2015
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Falcon 9 Puts Payload in Orbit and Almost Lands First Stage

Falcon 9 Launches Supplies to the Space Station
“The mission is the company’s sixth cargo delivery flight to the station through NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services contract.”
SpaceX Successfully Launches Cargo Resupply Mission to the ISS but Fails to Recover Falcon 1st Stage, SpaceRef
“SpaceX successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket with the Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station today to deliver over 1950kg of supplies. The attempt to land the Falcon 9 first stage on the drone ship in the Atlantic failed as the rocket toppled over after landing according to CEO Elon Musk.”

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