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See drone video of SpaceX landing a Falcon 9 at Cape Canaveral - CNET


SpaceX successfully landed a rocket at the Kennedy Space Center, where NASA launched the Apollo and Space Shuttle programs. However, the private firm accomplished something NASA never attempted, they landed a reusable rocket-stage at the historic launch pad. On Feb. 19th, a Falcon 9 took off from launch pad 39A. The launch marked the first time the pad had been used since 2011, when the last Shuttle mission launched.

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