"I'd like to congratulate SpaceX on making history by landing the Falcon 9's reusable stage one booster from a record altitude," Orbcomm CEO Marc Eisenberg said. "It's an exciting day for all of us in the space industry."
After the second stage of the rocket went into orbit with the satellites, the engines of the booster stage reignited to turn around, landing 10 minutes after launch. Previous attempts by SpaceX to land Falcon 9 boosters had failed.
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