Set 17, 2017, 9:17
True to his word, Elon Musk posted the much-hyped blooper reel of every SpaceX rocket failure, complete with massive explosions and the billionaires' unique sense of humor.
Not one to rest on his laurels, founder and CEO Elon Musk didn't even finish his celebratory tweet before announcing SpaceX's next big goal.
The company spent at least $1 billion developing the technology to land and refly its rockets and aims to recoup its investment in the next year or so, Musk had said.
In the approximately two-minute video, captions detail SpaceX's failed land and sea return attempts.
In March of 2013, SpaceX first announced that they'd be equipping Falcon 9 first stages to land after takeoff.
While that's already an achievement worth celebrating, Musk has predicted that full reusability will be the key to making SpaceX rocket launches less costly. While the video shows something... different.
'Look, that's not an explosion...it's just a rapid unscheduled disassembly, ' the video states. "It's just a scratch".
But the caption jokes: 'Well, technically, it did land...just not in one piece'.
SpaceX made its first successful drone ship landing in April 2016.
The first successful landing of a rocket's first stage with a payload that was launched into orbit was completed in December of 2015.
There are rockets crashing into a landing platform at sea and into the ocean itself, and one test vehicle that went awry and exploded in midair.
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