SpaceX launched the first commercial Falcon Heavy mission and aced a triple booster landing for the first time.

On April 11, 2019, SpaceX’s first Falcon Heavy rocket with a commercial payload onboard blasted off from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center at 6:35 p.m. EDT (2235 GMT). The flight has landed more than a year after the rocket’s first demonstration mission. This was launched by CEO Elon Musk’s cherry-red Tesla and a dummy named Starman into orbit around the sun.

This is the mega rocket in current SpaceX’s and this has been fundamentally essentially composed of three of the company’s standard Falcon 9 rockets strapped together. In April 11 mission launched an advanced communications satellite called Arabsat-6A, which will deliver communications services to consumers who are living in the Middle East, Africa and parts of Europe.

Camera Crew Reaction Video – Falcon Heavy Arabsat 6A Launch and Landing

Arabsat-6A Mission

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